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Full text of "The Hatter 1986"

NINETEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SIX 



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in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



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1986 MATTER 

stetson University 

DeLand, Florida 32720 

Volume 65 



P PUSHED 

Living Up to Standards 








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■""• 4 Above: Stetson Hall, after a major overhaul now stands freshly 
I independent. Left: Dorms are nice, but even the Student Lounge 
% can offer a comfortable sanctuary. 



Living on tfie Stetson campus, though never free of its prob- 
lems, has reached a comfortable climax in the past year. Stetson 
Hall, for example, though under renovation for over a year, is 
finally functioning as smoothly as the other women's dorms. 
Keeping equal quality in housing is important, and upholding that 
standard is more so, but it becomes a challenge when your door 
drops from its hinges. 



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Left: Susan French and Cindy Rice eagerly search for their Emily 
Hall rooms. Above: The ninety-four year old center section of 
Chaudoin IHall. 




Above: The newly refwbished Cordis Hall. Right: Lori Harrell 

and Susan Riley display a door which has fallen from its place. 



Below: A sample of Cordis Hall living. Below right: Dallas Boy- 
chuck unpacks her belongings. 




A major facelift was given to Cordis Hall which now boasts new 
ceilings and furniture plus installed carpet. Comfortable living has 
reached a new mark in men's housing. Naturally one's own personal 
touch is allowed to supply any room with an atmosphere of home, 
but sometimes comfort must be obtained in places besides the 
dormitory. 




P PUSHED 
P EHTORMAFiCE 



History Standing Tall 




Left: DeLand Hall (1883) 
Above: Flagler Hall (1902) 



Below left: Sampson Hall (1908) 

Below: Elizabeth Hall (1892-center, 1897-wings) 



The construction of DeLand Hall in 1883 set a traditional standard at 
Stetson that has continued through the addition of the pedestrian mall 
in 1985. Though each landmark is a reflection of its own individual 
time, a unique campus atmosphere has gradually and carefully been 
captured and developed right up to the present. 

Maintaining both tradition and atmosphere has become an impor- 
tant consideration over the years and is evident from end to end of the 
campus. 




Opening 




Stetson's scenic balance has been upheld through its 
landscape and architecture with the intent to capture an 
old-fashioned flavor, and at the same time, provide useful, 
modern facilities. It is especially emphasized in the more 
recent additions. 




Opening 




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thi' HHist popular Ixxiths at thi' rarnival. 



Cteenieather on Me Stetson campus - Fall 1961 



6 Student Life 





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The lives of Stetson students never stop moving. 
Achieving the full University experience depends on 
having more to do than study. Programs that involve 
people in charity, sports, every branch of the arts, ca- 
reer and academic exploration and school spirit all 
serve to give the students many routes of activity. 
Though personal reward and plain fun are the pro- 
ducts, the effects of Student Life are felt beyond the 
bounds of the campus. 




Susan Brown applies make-up to John joiner for Mr. Beauty. 



STUDEriT 



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LIFE 



Student Life 7 




O.K., everybody smile! 



You mean we're going to the Commons again ^ (Ha! Ha!) 



O On Campus 




Hanging out in front of Sampson Hall. 




Here at Stetson, the students read very intellectual books. 




on 

CAMPUS 



Students at Stetson have 
found many ways to relax in be- 
tween the academic rigors. The 
campus offers scenic bike 
routes, ample space for strolling, 
throwing a frisbee, or just relax- 
ing with friends; whatever! Stet- 
son even has its own game 
room, student lounge for televi- 
sion and napping, and of course 
the Hat Rack patio and C.U.B. 
circle where students can ob- 
serve the goings on. 




Taliing a few moments out of a busy 
day just to talk. 



Betty Uorens and Susan McDaniels heading toward the 
C.U.B. 



Showing pride in Theta Alpha Phi. 



On Campus 9 





BEPiEFIT CONCERT - LOST GEPiEHATIOn 










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Todd Davis and Patrick Williams. 



Jim Bums on drums with Corey Musselmen on bass guitar. An aspiring rocl< band made up of Stetson students^ 



ROCK-A-TMON 




There was » record number of rocl<ers participating this year including 
many new independent groups. 



10 Creenfeather 



TALETiT SHOW 




Lynn Rogers and Tres Mullis perform their masterpiece "Make Love Stay" 




Im Maloney sings a heart-warming song entitled Kim Rogers dynamically sings "True Love' 

Home". 



Mimi Taft sings "Something That Can't Be" to a 
friend. 



Creenfeather iX 



enfeather beauties aboum 




Alonzo Williams representing BCM. 



1l2 Mr. Beauty 



Susan Poindexter and Maria Zouves grapple for the female title 
at the Alpha Tau Omega's wrestling booth. 





Creenfeather is a week full of events for 
Greek and non-Greek organizations to help 
charities. Greenfeather was co-chaired by 
Darcy Haag and Ed Graham. The week be- 
gan with the Mr. Beauty Contest, and fol- 
lowed with the Olympics, Rock-a-Thon, 
and the carnival. 

Miss Greenfeather 1985 — Shannon 
Goff representing Alpha Tau Omega was 
crowned along with first runner up Shanda 
Gilderbloom representing SGA and second 
runner up Helen Stratigakos Lambda Chi 
Alpha, at the Carnival on Friday night. 



Greenfeather 1..3 



Intramurals 




Intramural sports provides the 
opportunity for competition 
and fun between organizations. 
The Women's Intramural Pro- 
gram began with volleyball. 
Hard work, dedication, and 
good attitudes made the pro- 
gram successful throughout the 
year. 

Football started the Men's In- 
tramural Program with a rush. In- 
tense concentration and lots of 
practice pulled them through 
this season. 




Pat Dean waits for his long lost ball. 




Way to hit that ball! 






The Alpha Chi's show they're out to win with 

their Intense concentration. ^i 




Hope Adams sets the ball. 



14 Student Life 






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Behind Cummings Gym, Laura leads the Alpha Xi's to victory. 







Student Life 15 



Theater 



The Speech and Theatre De- 
partment began the year with 
"The Actor's Nightmare" by 
Theta Alpha Phi. October 10, 11, 
and 12 the curtains opened for 
"The Crucible" which proved 
successful. ''Crimes of the 
Heart" showed how touchingly 
hilarious life can be. 

The directing class showed 
their talents with the production 
of eight one-act plays plus se- 
nior Ron Geiger's "Death Trap". 
The year ended with the com- 
edy "Blithe Spirit". 





"The Crucible" made Todd a master with mascara. 




Doctor Who's "sewing manual" has brought 
Kim far in the theatre. 



The Puritanical lifestyle claims all who 
experience it. 




16 Theatre 



Shannon discovers the pain of being beauti- 
ful. 



Todd is shocked by Andrea's aggressiveness. 




Talent in action. 



Homecoming 



"Stetson . . . And All that Jazz" welcomed home the 
alumni for Homecoming Weekend, 1986. Former Hatters 
were here to participate in the many events to remind them 
of good times past. Homecoming Chairman and Co-Chair- 
man Beth Chesser and Greg Doescher arranged a multitude 
of activities including barbeques, sports and banquets. 
"Cluster" Receptions gave alumni the chance to get reac- 
quainted with members of their graduating class and from 
home areas. Pardi-Gras, a new event to add to the tradition 
of good times, represented campus organizations with its 
many food, fun, and game booths on Saturday afternoon. 
The weekend highlight was of course the Homecoming 
basketball game. Students and alumni came to cheer our 
team to victory. Homecoming King and Queen were 
crowned at half-time and spirit awards were given to Alpha 
Tau Omega, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Omega, and Alpha 
Kappa Psi for their individual efforts to make the weekend 
even more exciting. The fun and excitement will add to our 
happy memories of good times at Stetson. 




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Tri-Delts sitow their enthusiasm for l-iomecoming. 




Homecoming 17 



Alpha Zi Delta's booth manned by Julie. 



Fans watch the Homecoming game. 




Phi Mus sell fortune cookies at their Homecoming booth. 



lo Homecoming 



Homecoming 




The Hatter greets an Alumni's child. 




ATOs pose for pictures with the Hatter. 




stetson students from 1930. 




P OLISHED 

1 I FRFflRMANCI^ 




Organizations will always be a big part of college life. 
Stetson has a club to fit everyone no matter where you are 
from or what your beliefs are. 





Tri-Delt Crush Party is an annual event. 



CLUBS 



Clubs 21 



Mssociation 
JAfor f^omputing 

achinery 

Association for Computing Maclnin- 
ery, under the chairmanship of John 
Stephen McDaniel, has provided a way 
for students to make contact with pro- 
fessional computer organizations 
throughout the nation. 



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ACM has become known as the standard by which colleges establish their criteria for a computer 
science major. 




This crazy staff has been busy witP 
movie nights, canoeing, Sugar Mil 
runs, and a tide slide and barbequf 
with Cordis. 



Stetson 



Staff includes: Cindy Sutton, Michelle Franklin, Elaine Liz, Susie Roth, CarolAnn Austin, Laura Shaw, 
Melissa Strauch, Rebecca Fairdoth, and Amy Rollins. Susan McDaniels Is Head Resident. 



22 Staff 



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Conrad Staff pictured left to Right, Back Row: Erin Connors, Janet Booth, Susan Fulton. Front Row: 
Leslie Criffin, Andrea McMillan (Head Resident) and Jenny Hofmeister 



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onrad 
Qtaff 



The residents of Conrad have en- 
joyed the particular closeness that they 
share. They had Thanksgiving dinner 
with Embry Riddle, went to Twinkle Star 
Day Care Center at Halloween, and 
had a R. A. /Kidnap Roommate game. 



Emily has been busy with "Men in 
Movies", Friday The 13th party. Fright 
Night, the Roommate Game, and the 
Scope Search. 




TTie Emily Hall staff consists of Mary Cubbedge, Sandy Borriello, Jlllyn Williams, Karen Barkley, Angela 
Deen, Nancy Jordahl, and Corrine Chatfield. Jeanne Maddox is the Head Resident. 



Staff 23 



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West University is a unique dorm 
which houses only a few women. The 
hall doesn't have a front desk and the 
atmosphere is laid back. 




Head Resident Jodi Littlestone and 
her staff has made life for the resi- 
dents of Chaudoin fun-filled. Chau-|( 
doin co-sponsored a build-your- 
own-sundae with Cordis Hall, partici- 
pated in the Winter Term Olympics, 
the Thanksgiving Can Drive, and 
showed movies bimonthly in the 
Chaudoin lobby. 



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Chaudoin staff Left to Right, Back Row: Collette Sheedy, Trad Simpson, Diane O'Connor, Laura 
McCarthy, Kelly Finton, Jodi Littlestone (Head Resident). Front Row: Ingrid Eekhof, Beth Lubach, and 
Chris Unsworth. 



24 staff 




Carson I»^ 
C^taffi 1 



bllis 



There is a freedom of interaction between tfiese halls. Tlie staff from left to right: Debbie Ferguson, 
Andy Reich, Alison Evans (Head Resident), John Moore, and Nekki Shutt. 



Head Resident Alison Evans and her 
staff have had a busy year with a Hall 
Bash with Lost Generation, a Halloween 
party, a Field Day, and a Super Bowl 
party. Carson-Hollis is unique: Carson is 
as much a part of Hollis as Hollis is of 
Carson. 



Smith Hall has been busy this year. 
ley will have a renovated dorm 
xt year. They had a social with Emi- 
Their young staff is mostly sopho- 
Dres. 





Staff 25 




ms 



New Men's staff consists of Head 
Resident Todd Doane, Farris Briggs, 
Frani<ie Miller, Dennis Aubry, Ken Lee- 
man and Jere Tolton. This is a crazy 
group of guys but we shouldn't "air 
their dirty laundry." 





Cordis hall has been busy this yeai 
Among all the intramural teams, the^ 
won the chicken eating contest 
They also sponsored a Tide Slide par 
ty and a "Name That Tune" competi 
tion. 




Pictured here are Cordis staff members Brad Goodchild, Matt Lacey, Greg '"Dash" Doescher, John Hunt, 
Bill Winston, Head Resident Jeff Krai, and Jeff Ladinsky. 



26 Staff 




These House Fathers keep the fraternity houses In good running order 



M leathers 

Pat Dean — Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Jeff Harris — Lambda Chi Alpha 
Dave Ragan — Pi Kappa Alpha 
Mark Kapusta — Pi Kappa Phi 
Keith Feldman — Delta Sigma Phi 
Bill Epting — Sigma Nu 



Security may look tough but they 
ire great ... as long as you are not 
i/iolating any rules. Making sure peo- 
ple park in the right place is only a 
small part of their job. 

ecurity 




Security is "students working for students. " 



Staff 27 






oncert 
hoir 




The Concert Choir is one of the most 
prestigious groups on campus. They are 
open to singers on audition basis only. 
This group tours once each semester 
bringing more awareness of Stetson 
University to people in other areas of 
the country. 



This group performed at the Florida Baptist Convention in Miami this year. They had an outstanding 
Christmas Candlelight Concert. They were also involved in a performance of Handel's Israel in Egypt 
with renowned choral director Margaret Hillis of Chicago and soloists from around the country. 




The Jazz Ensemble, directed by Mr. 
Charles McKnight, has been a driving 
force within the School of Music. They are 
an instrumental ensemble that performs 
many of the well known jazz charts of the 
Big Band Era and later periods. 



The Jazz Ensemble is open to any student, staff, or community member They performed at 
several Friday Night jazz Concerts and at Homecoming, whose theme this year was "All That 
jazz. " 



28 Clubs 




The Wind Ensemble has performed several times alone during the year They perform music from all 
musical periods. During the fall, they performed an experimental 20th century piece that the 
audience enjoyed for its innovative creations. 



These two groups performed to- 
gether twice during the 1985-86 school 
year. During the Spring semester, they 
were able to present a premier of a new 
piece by Henry Brandt. 



The Stetson Orchestra has been 
outstanding this year. They have 
grown larger in reputation and 
membership. They have per- 
formed several times this year. 



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TTje orchestra had the privilege this year of performing the premier of Joaquin Rodgrigo's guitar 
concerto with Steve Robinson, guitar instructor as soloist. 



Clubs 29 



ffhysics 
J^onorary 



The Physics Honorary is comprised of 
a variety of students outstanding in the 
field of physics. 





Phi Alpha Delta is the new honor- 
ary on campus and is the Pre-law fra- 
ternity. Phi Alpha Delta helps stu-i 
dents interested in going to law' 
school become prepared for the re- 
quirements they will have to meet. 






Obviously from the photo above many of Stetson's students are interested in going to Law School. 



30 Clubs 





A(m) 



Phi Alpha Theta is the History Honor- 
ary for those specializing in History with 
twelve hours and a "B + " GPA. Stu- 
dents must also have a "B" average 
overall. 



Stetson's Accountancy Club tries 
) emphasize the importance of a 
gh level of professional ethics. It 
so tries to stimulate and promote a 
eater interest in Accountancy. 



ub 




This organization also strives to strengthen closer relationships between students and practicing 
accountants. 



Clubs 31 




BCM conducts services every Thursday night and participates actively in intramurals. 



Baptist Campus Ministry is a campus 
organization open to anyone interested 
in developing himself in a religious life- 
style. 




The Coalition for Social Respor 
bility is concerned with responsibil 
on campus and in the communit 

K^alition for 
'yocial 
tiesponslMUty 



32 Clubs 




Touchstone is a collection of short stories, poetry, essays, drawings, and photos and provides 
an outlet for those of us who are "behind the scenes" creators. 



Touchstone 



Sigma Pi Kappa is the journalism 
lonorary. 





The Touchstone is the literary maga- 
zine for Stetson. 




Pictured are Jayne Marlowe, Lori Hastings, and LeAnn Weiss. Not pictured are Dr. Ellen Smith, Ann 
Burlin, John Hunt, Ben Turoff, and Greg Doescher 



Clubs 33 




ortar 



bard 



Mortar Board is one of the most 
prestigious national honor societies 
at the college level. 




Stetson seniors who excel! both academically and in service to the university are 
inducted in the spring at the ODK/Mortar Board Leadership Banquet. The annual 
Hatter's Day and the senior-faculty banquet at the end of the year are sponsored by 
Stetson's Mortar Board. 




Psi Chi is the National Honor Soc 
ety in Psychology. 



Psi Chi strives for the growth of the study of Psychology. Membership is open to 
undergraduate and graduate students who meet the minimum qualifications — at 
least 12 hours of Psychology classes and a 3.0 GPA. 



34 Clubs 




Omicron Delta Kappa is the Na- 
tional Leadership Honorary. 



Members must be a junior or senior with high academic achievement and leader- 
ship in at least five major areas. Membership is also open to faculty and staff 
members who exhibit exemplary character and leadership on Stetson's campus. 



Kappa Delta Pi is the Education 
nonorary which recognizes out- 
standing contributions to the field. 




Many of the finest teachers belong to this society which encourages high intellec- 
tual and professional standards. Both of these can be found in Stetson's education 
program, one of the best in the southeast. 



Clubs 35 



YTA 



The honorary is open to those 
who are in the top third of their class, 
have earned more than 6 hours of 
English, and have a 3.0 GPA in the 
area. Members of Sigma Tau Delta 
lend their talents by offering a tutor- 
ing program. 









The Stetson Union Board is re- 
sponsible for organizing many cam- 
pus activities including concerts,' 
movies, Happy Hours and entertain- i 
ers. They also rent out camping 
equipment, refrigerators and VCR's. 



Four major officers are elected in the spring of each year. This year's officers were 
Dawne Williams, president; Laura McCarthy, vice-president; Donna DiFatta, secre- 
tary; and Betsy Buchanan, treasurer. 



36 Clubs 




The Political Science Honorary consists of students who have excelled academi- 
cally, particulary in political science courses. 






oUtical 
Hence 



The Political Science honorary is 
one of the newest organizations on 
Stetson's campus. 



The Hatter Connection is a group 
Df students who serve as hosts and 
nostesses to those interested in at- 
;ending Stetson. 

'-satter 



Connection 




The Hatter Connection contacts prospective students towards the end of 
winter term to invite them to spend some time in the dorms and around 
campus. 



Clubs 37 




udiciary^ 
ouncil 




The Judiciary Council at Stetson is a 
group of students, representative of 
each class, selected to hear and judge 
student cases of campus conflicts. 



The cases usually involve some sort of traffic violations. The members of the 
council try to resolve ail cases as fairly as possible using parliamentary procedure. 




The military honor fraternity on 
Stetson's campus is Scabbard and 
Blade. 



It is designed to promote positive aspects of the military, patriotism, and fellow- 
ship both on and off campus. Scabbard and Blade activities include the Blood Drive, 
participation in Greenfeather, and servicing the DeLand community. 



38 Clubs 




Some of the events which the German Club hosted were a picnic at Deleon 
Springs (at which traditional German food was eaten), Christmas caroling with a 
dinner to follow it up, and movies shown by the sponsors Drs. Berry. The German 
Club meets bi-weekly and emphasizes the enjoyment of knowing and learning 
German. 




rman 

lut 



This is the first year for Gernnan 
Club but a very successful one. The 
club began the year with a meeting 
at which they chose the new officers 
that would form the club and plan its 
events. 



Order of Omega is the Fraternal 
onorary at Stetson. 



rder of 





The honorary is for Greek men who show leadership on Stetson's campus. Also, 
members must have above the Greek Men's average to be eligible for membership. 
Pictured are President Mark Kapusta, and Secretary-Treasurer Greg Doescher. 



Clubs 39 



nKA 



Pi Kappa Delta is Stetson's nation- 
ally ranked Forensics Team. The 
members of Pi Kappa Delta have 
walked away from tournaments 
throughout the country with numer- 
ous awards. 




Pi Kappa Delta is open to any student who has competed in at least two Forensics 
tournaments. 




Alpha Kappa Psi is the largest and ol- 
dest professional business fraternity on 
Stetson's campus. 




The organization serves to further research in business fields, and the 
curriculum leading to Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi also 
provides their members with many service opportunities. 



40 Clubs 




^B 



Beta Beta Beta is the Biological Hon- 
orary society. It strives for promotion 
and appreciation in the area of Biologi- 
cal study. 



The American Chemical Society 
is a social organization open to all 
science students. Through this or- 
ganization students who are pur- 
suing degrees in Chemistry related 
fields can further their knowledge 
and interests. 

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'^hemical 



.■mciety 




The activities of the American Chemical Society include lectures and various informa- 
tive trips throughout the area. 



Clubs 41 



TIE 



Gamma Sigma Epsilon is the Na- 
tional Chemistry Honor Society. The 
society promotes excellence in 
Chemistry and encourages scientific 
research. The organization is open to 
students with high scholastic 
achievement. 




The intiation into the society consists of members being escorted blindfolded, 
into the secret initiation ceremony. Once in, the new members will be seen around 
campus the next day wearing test tubes. 





tetson 
■arketing 
ssociation 



Stetson's student chapter of the 
American Marketing Association is 
dedicated to the promotion and 
advancement of the field of mar- 
keting. The organization also 
strives to stimulate interest and en- 
courage scholarship of students 
taking a marketing curriculum. 



SMA serves as a liaison between the business community and students preparing 
to enter business. 



42 Clubs 




The stetson Reporter delivers the "who, what, when, where, why and how" weekly to the Stetson 
community The staff members have done a great job delivering the weekly news. Hats off to the 
Stetson Reporter! 



eporter 
aff 



Lori Hastings has kept the Reporter 
Staff under control for the past two 
years. 




BACCHUS publishes literature and 
splays them throughout the cam- 
js on the awareness of alcohol and 
; problems. 

'acchus 




stetson should be proud of its students who are concerned with the ever present problem of alcohol 
abuse. Under the direction of the Advisor Melody Hall, these caring students make up BACCHUS (Boost 
Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students). 



Clubs 43 



STAFF 




The library staff is: Sims Kline, Neil Scott, Betty Johnson, Anne Hurst, Ruth Armstrong, Terry Grieb, Joel Zucker, Barbara Cullen, Susan 
Connell, Bonnie McMillan, Margie Miavez, Marlene Beeler, Doris Lyon, Madeline Quinn, Geri Littler, (not pictured) Pat Westbrook, Pat 
Nordman, Reuben Taylor, Dorothy Minor, Bill Bowden, Jane Beckman. 




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Religious Life Council is: First Row Left to Right: Garth Jenkins, Charles Granger, Vicki Griffith, Gary Morris, Nancy Tomaso. Second Row: 
Margie Duncan, Nini Kaczynski, John Tutay, Kristol Kingston, Jane Meister, John Saxon, Father Krumbhaar, Rodney Ellis. 



44 staff 



STAFF 






Food service plays an important role on campus by providing food prepared in a variety of ways. Pictured are David Troupe, Chris Clark, 
Brad Peterson, Rosalie Dubiel, Margaret Derico, Elizabeth Mendenhall. 




Admissions is a great group of people who make sure Stetson gets top students. Pictured in front are: Millie McCain, Eileen Merrill, Bert 
Williams, Gladys Wilcox. In back: Mark McMasters, Gary Meadows, Dean of Admissions, Don Lubbers and Diane McEachran. 



. 

Staff 45 



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Public Relations is trying to make Stetson a national name through the use of publications and news releases. Jackie Kersh (Director of 
P.R.), Jill Woods (Director of Publications), Margaret Penno, Marie Sibert, and Keni Lanigan make up the hard working staff. 




Health Service is a haven for those who are under the weather With the direction ofDr W.L Smith, Ruth Spencer, Gladys Alvarez, Pen- 
liy Taylor, and Haidie Kenner (Director of Health Services) work to keep Stetson well and happy. 



4b Staff 



STAFF 




Print Shop offers a printing service to students, professors and publications. Director Mario Losasso worl<ing with James Decl<er, Robert 
Veilleux, Josephine Losasso, and Benjamin Garcia, print for Stetson. 




Switchboard puts calls from home through to students. Those voices that say "go ahead" are IHazel Reed, Gladys Osborne, June Nolan, 
and Dot Crosby. 



Staff 47 



STAFF 




The Comptroller's Office sees to it that everyone has paid their bills or signed their work study checks. Here are L.J. Jackson, Sharon 
Cridge, Rosemary Hosford, Bonnie Tapscott, Robyn Pauley, Lois Stevens, Betty Wilkins, Darrell Benge, Mack Wadsworth, Alice DeLosso, 
Dottie Eaves. 




The Financial Aid group helps many students come and stay at Stetson. Thanks to Dan Moore, Norma Allen, Milly Bayott, Angela 
Connelly, Mary Slappey (not pictured). 



48 Staff 



-STAFF 




The Bookstore staff makes the purchasing of books and other various items an enjoyable experience Instead of a grueling task. 
Practically everything a student would need is found In the Stetson Bookstore, and the staff Is ready and waiting to help a student find it. 
The staff can also act as bankers because a student can cash checks In the bookstore. 




What's the one thing that can turn a rotten day Into the best day of the week ? The answer Is a letter from home or a card from your best 
friend. And who Is responsible forgetting that letter or card to you? The answer Is the Post Office staff. Under the Instruction of the Post- 
master, Ron Morris, these Stetson students get the mall to you. 



Staff 49 







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In 1938 the Inter-Fraternity Council was composed of both Creek men and women. Today Panhellenic and the Inter-Fraternity Council divide them 
JjO Greeks 








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It Starts in a rush and ends in excitement. Through the 
Greek system at Stetson, students with common interests 
and goals form many lasting friendships. The Greek system 
gives students a chance to learn to work with others, a 
chance to gain leadership, a chance to help with their ser- 
vices and a chance to grow. College is not just classrooms 
and studies; college is a life created by the students in what 
they do between classes. 




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Rain or shine, the sororities are ready to welcome new Creel< women to their sororities. 



GREEKS 



Greeks 51 



Rush 



Rush week is full of events to help individuals get acquainted 
with the Creek system on campus. Sorority Rush was different 
this year because six out of the seven sororities held Rush in the 
fraternity houses. Fraternity Rush was different in that this year 
was the first time there was ever a dry Rush because of the 
change in the drinking age. 




Rho Chi Diane Sutyak directs rushees to her Rho Chi group. 




Dig pledges run through the rain after being shirted. 



New pledges signed Panhellenic Roster in Elizabeth Hall during the Candle 
lighting Ceremony. 




ATOs wait for their new pledges to pick up their bid cards. 



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lenic Building, RUSH was success- 
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cil, who are in charge of choosing 
Rho Chis. They had a Panhellenic 
Ice Cream Social and Christmas 
Carolling with hot chocolate. The 
Panhellenic Council held two ban- 
quets honoring Greek women. 
Members were Julie Weber (not 
shown) President, Corinne Simp- 
son, Nancy Jordahl, Betty Llorens, 
Laura Knirk, Patty Underwood, 
Debbie Hardy, Debbie Sabol, Judi 
Bland, Yeline Ugalde. 



Rho Lambda 





What's going on here? The members of Rho Lambda are showing their Panhellenic spirit by mixing up their jerseys. Rho 
Lambda is the Creek women's honorary which celebrates excellence. 



54 Greeks 




Alpha Tau Omega was founded on September 11, 1865, at Virginia 
Military Institute. Their colors are gold and blue. The flower is the white tea 
rose and the pin is the Maltese Cross. The Theta Psi chapter was chartered at 
Stetson on February 5, 1983. Officers: Tom Fosket, President; Greg 
Doescher, Vice President; Eddie Graham, Treasurer; Matt Woods, Secretary; 
Rob Colon, Sergeant at Arms; David Fussel, Historian; David Newell, Public 
Relations; Rich Schumann, Usher. 



The ATOs have kept busy with socials. Along with the parties, they achieved the 
highest GPA award and contributed to the Retarded Children's home. 



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Alpha Chi Omega was founded on October 15, 1885, at Depauw 
University. The colors are scarlet and olive green. The flower is the red 
carnation and the badge is the golden lyre set with pearls. The Gamma 
Chi chapter was founded at Stetson on May 18, 1957. Officers: Moni- 
ca Cepfrich, President; Corinne Simpson, Vice President; Jillyn Wil- 
liams, Vice President; Lisa Carlton, Vice President; Dana Lenox, Treasur- 
er; Ronda Webb, Corresponding Secretary; Susan Huff, Recording 
Secretary. 




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The Alpha Chis have had an exciting year this year after celebrating their 100th anniversa- 
ry. Activities this year including trick-or-treating with the Sugar and Spice Day Care Center, a 
toga party with the Pikes, and the Annual Newlywed Game. 



56 AGO 



ALPHA 



XI 



DELTA 



Alpha Xi Delta was established on April 17, 1893, at Lombard College. The 
Quill is the sorority's badge, the pink rose is its flower, and Al Fuzzy Bear is its 
mascot. The colors of Alpha Xi Delta are light blue, dark blue, and gold. 
Alpha Xi was chartered at Stetson in 1917. Officers: Kim Carpenter, Presi- 
dent; Pam Dennis, Vice President; Julie Weber, Recording Secretary; Mari- 
anne King, Corresponding Secretary; Jane Cornelius, Treasurer; Susan Muga- 
vero, Pledge Educator; Clairibel Blanco, Membership Chairman; Carol Bailey, 
Quill. 




The Alpha Xis have had a busy year with parties with the Lambs, a yacht party with the Pi Kapps, 
and their traditional Thanksgiving dinner. During the school year, they sponsored a fashion show 
to benefit their philanthrophy, the American Lung Association. They also held an Easter Egg Hunt 
for the Twinkle Star Day Care Center, and collected for UNICEF on Halloween. 



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DELTA 
DELTA 



Delta Delta Delta was founded in 1888 at Boston University. Their 
colors are blue, silver, and gold. Their flower is the pansy, and their 
symbols are the pearl, pine tree, and the stars above the crescent 
moon. The Alpha Delta chapter was established at Stetson in May of 
1913. Officers: Edie Anderson, President; Karen Bray, Pledge Trainer; 
Susan McDaniel, Chaplain; Beth Chesser, Rush Chairman; Monique 
Cortes, Social Chairman; Dee Harmon, Scholarship Chairman; Marilyn 
Troup, Corresponding Secretary; Lucille Russo, Recording Secretary; 
Julie Smith, Treasurer. 









Tri Delts win Creek Sing. 




58 DDD 



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Delta Sigma Phi was founded on December 10, 1899, at the College of 
the City of New York. Their colors are green and white. The flower of Delta 
Sigma Phi is the white carnation. Officers: Randy Chesak, President; Court- 
ney Taylor, Vice President; Ric Darlington, Secretary; Dave Buth, Treasurer; 
Dave Wilson, Sergeant at Arms; Keith Feldman, Housefather. They spon- 
sored a haunted house for local children and supported their national 
philanthropy, the March of Dimes. 





Delta Sigs win the Greek Sing! 



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Zeta Tau Alpha was founded on October 15, 1898, at Longwood 
College. The sorority's colors are turquoise and steel gray. Their flower 
is the white violet and their pin is the shield. The Beta Psi Chapter was 
chartered in 1934. Officers:- Jill Searcy, President; Sue Bullard, 1st Vice 
President; Erin Connors, 2nd Vice President; Betsy Buchanan, Histor- 
ian/Reporter; Nancy Lopez, Treasurer; Jennifer Hogg, Secretary; Carol 
McMurry, Membership; Michelle Snyder, Ritual. 



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This year, the Zetas collected stamps for leprosy, money for UNICEF at Halloween, 
and canned food for the needy. They also held a Valentine's Day party for the 
Methodist Children's Home; a special Olympics; and sponsored Anat Tarlo, a child in 
Israel. 



60 ZTA 



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ALPHA 
THETA 



Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at Asbury University in Greencastle, 
Indiana. Black and gold are the sorority's colors. Their flower is the black and 
gold pansy and their pin is in the shape of a kite. Officers: Maria Figuieras, 
President; Sherry Junker, Vice-President Efficiency; Tambre Ware, Vice-Presi- 
dent Pledge; Laura Knirk, Vice-President Finance; Caroline Robinson, Re- 
cording Secretary; Laura Shaw, Chaplain; Donna MacRae, Marshal. 




The Thetas were busy this past year continuing old traditions and starting new ones. 
They held a Christnnas party for Sugar and Spice Day Care. The pledge class sang and 
talked with the people at a local retirement home. They took time to party, too, 
holding their Christmas dance at Grand Cypress. 



KAT 61 



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ALPHA 



Lambda Chi Alpha was founded on November 2, 1909, at Boston 
Univ. The fraternity was chartered at Stetson in 1949. Their colors are 
purple, green, and gold and their flower is the white rose. Officers: 
Mark Montgomery, President; Alan Hudgins, Vice President; William 
MacCrath, Secretary; Leon Frush, Treasurer; Dean Davis, Rush Chair- 
man; Jeff Harris, Ritualist; William Judge, Fraternity Educator; Francois 
Lopez, Scholarship Chairman; David Sperigan; Alumni Secretary. 




The Lambs have the most improved and highest overall GPA, and they won the 
Bruce Mcintosh Award for their continuing pursuit of excellence. The Lambs are a 
Grand High Alpha Chapter — the highest honor given by the national fraternity. 



62 LCA 



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FHI 



Pi Beta Phi was the first national fraternity for women, founded on April 
28, 1867, at Monmouth College. Pi Beta Phi was also the first National 
Women's Fraternity to be founded at Stetson on January 30, 1913. Pi Phi's 
flower is the wine carnation, their badge is the golden arrow, and their colors 
are wine and silver blue. Officers: Lisa Ceiger, President; Karen Casey, Vice 
President Moral; Robin Phillips, Vice President Mental; Becky Graebe, Vice 
President Social; Diana Langston, Recording Secretary; Jennifer Lloyd, Trea- 
surer; Debbie Sabol, Panhellenic Delegate; Susan Holjes, Membership Chair- 
man. 




The Pi Phis were busy this year with an Arrowcraft Sale to support Arrowmont, their 
national philanthropy, a Head Start Program with the Pikes to help the underprivileged, 
and a Halloween party with the Delta Sigs. The Pi Phis also sponsored Veronica, a child 
in Kenya. 



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ALFMA 



Pi Kappa Alpha was founded on March 1, 1868, at the Univ. of 
Virginia. Their colors are garnet and old gold and their flower is the Lily 
of the Valley. Officers: Dan Byrne, President; Jeff VanMater, Vice Presi- 
dent; Steve Moore, Recording Secretary; Burton Hurner, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Mike Evans, Sergeant of Arms; Mike Bitter, Treasurer. The 
Pikes have had their Annual Toga party and many other parties. They 
did landscape work for a convalescent home in DeLand, sponsored a 
haunted house along with the Pi Phis for local kids, and were big 
brothers for three local children. 




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64 PKA 



Pikes put on a good show for Creek sing. 



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Pi Kappa Phi was founded on December 10, 1904, at the College of 
Charleston, the only fraternity founded in South Carolina. Their colors are 
gold and white and their flower is the red rose. Officers: Dave Cope, 
Archon; Chris Twohey, Vice Archon; Lee King, Treasurer; Bobby Kraus, 
Secretary; Kevin Tweddle, Historian; Les Calahan, Warden; Jim Nelson, 
Chaplain. 




The Pi Kapps had a haunted house with the Tri Delts for the Headstart Program and 
they helped their national philanthropy, PUSH (Play Units for Severely Handicapped). 
They also had Rave cut hair, and held a carnival in April to raise money. 



PKP 65 



SIGMA 

nu 



Sigma Nu was founded January 1, 1869, at the Virginia Military Institute. 
The Sigma Nu colors are black, white, and gold. Their flower is the white 
rose. Officers: Ron Cole, Commander; Kirk Owens, Lieutenant Command- 
er; Joe Donalson, Treasurer; Mark Smith, Recorder; John O'Neal, Chaplain; 
Michael Goodrich, Alumni Contact; jon Dienard, Pledge Marshal; Mark 
Faber, Rush Chairman. 




The Snakes have worked with handicapped children and have held many parties. 
The Sigma Nu house, which overlooks fraternity row, is fully owned and operated by 
the brothers. 



66 SN 




Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded on November 1, 1901, at the Univer- 
sity of Richmond. Their colors are purple and red. The flower of Sigma 
Phi Epsilon is the violet and dark red rose. Officers: Matt Smith, Presi- 
dent; Joe Sardinas, Vice President; Robert Sands, Controller; Scott 
Price, Corresponding Secretary; George McKeIvy, Recording Secre- 
tary; Mike Simon, Chaplain. 




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The Sig Eps have had a busy year. They sponsored a successful fund raiser with 
Dominoes Pizza to benefit the Shriner's Burn Hospital. They had their Annual Bahama 
Blue party, a Halloween social with the Phi Mu's, and their Christmas formal in Daytona. 



SPE 67 



PHI 



MU 



Phi Mu was founded in March of 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. 
Their flower is the rose carnation and their mascot is the lion. Their colors are rose 
and white. Officers: Diane O'Connor, President; Diane Sutyak, Vice President; 
Kathy Costa, Secretary; DuAnn Kremer, Treasurer; Tracy Reinhold, Phi Director; 
Jennifer Davis, Membership Director; Rebecca Faircloth, Standards. Phi Mus carved 
pumpkins at Halloween and gave them to a children's home. They also sponsored a 
Thanksgiving canned food drive and donated them to a neighborhood and held a 
carnival. Phi Mu also attained the highest GPA during the fall of 1985. 




68 PM 



Phi Mus sing up a storm during Creek Week! 



FMI 



SIGMA 
mFFA 



Phi Sigma Kappa was founded on March 15, 1873, at the University of Massachu- 
setts. Their flower is the red carnation. The fraternity's colors are silver and magenta. 
Phi Sigma Kappa is called a "test-tube" fraternity because it was founded in a 
chemistry lab by six sophomores. Officers: Jeff Ladinsky, President; Steve Yorke, Vice 
President; Sean Hamilton, Secretary; Rob Borsofsky, Comptroller; Jim Stewart, Induc- 
tor; Doug Ramsey, Sentinel. The Phi Sigs were volunteers in public schools, they 
constructed Volusia County 1st Brek parking lot for Mr. Fogel, a Deland attorney, and 
they also did yard work for the community. 



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Phi Sigs sing "We Want A New IHouse" for the Creek Sing. 



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Since 1883, sports have played an important role on 
Stetson's campus. Football is no longer here, but this 
year has proven that Stetson has a variety of athletes. 
Sports programs change, but the Stetson spirit lives on. 




In 1985, soccer is a winning sport on Stetson campus. 

SFOKTS 



Sports 71 



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Stetson Enters 
Trans America 

It was a rough and hard road for this 
year's Hatters. Due to the loss of several 
who graduated, this year's team strug- 
gled with filling new positions. Some 
players new to college ball had to adjust 
to new positions making it especially dif- 
ficult to perform well. The Hatter sched- 
ule was no help to the new team. At the 
height of Duke's reign as #2 in the na- 
tion Stetson faced them — other teams 
such as Auburn and Wake Forest were 
no easier a challenge. Recruitment had 
been a problem in the past. "These 
kids," Wilkes said, "would go to Siberia 
to play in a NCAA Tournament." 




Stetson entered the Trans-American 
league. With this, the team has a good chance 
at a NCAA bid. "It is up to the players them- 
selves," said Wilkes "they don't have to de- 
pend on a bid." 



'T/ie big thing now for a prospect is to go to 
that NCAA Tournament." 



Randy Anderson shows his style to #2 Duke. 



72 Basketball 





Gary Coachman builds his jumping power on the school's Nautilus. 



Dick Westervelt introduces the Hatters before play begins. 




Glenn Wilkes guides his team to victory. 





Miss Hatter receives roses. 



Miss Hatter Missy Nicoll with the runners-up. Hatter Classic 73 



Basketball 

Lady Hats Make 
new Records 



This year has been an explosive one 
for the Lady Hatters, especially for this 
year's co-captain Dallas Boychuk. She 
has succeeded in breaking nine Lady 
Hatter records. The most prestigious of 
these records was that of most career 
points which had been held by Brenda 
EIrod (1981). 




Dallas Boychuk shows her lay-up! 



Team captains Cain and Boychuk with coaches. 



33 Boychuk 
50 Hillery 

20 Michael 
15 Mathur 
22 Cain 

24 Baldwin 

34 Eason 

25 Robinson 
32 Hall 

13 Nunez 
11 Miller 

21 Machamer 
10 Wade 

14 Kakuk 
30 Bell 



Dallas Boychuk also led the Lady Hat- 
ters to beat Mercer by the most points 
ever scored by any other Lady Hatter 
team. The final score was 114-75. To 
boost attendance at the thrilling games 
the Lady Hatters joined with TCBY of 
DeLand and gave free yogurt to the first 
300 people. Way to go Ladies! 




Freshman team relaxes on court. 



74 Basketball 



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Geoff Timm steers the ball to another Stetson Chris Bennett knows how to take that ball away. 



Soccer 

Mas Successful 
Year 

The Stetson soccer team had a high 
success rate during Gary McKinley's 
first year as Head Coach. Although 
the team is relatively young they have 
managed to break two records and 
play well against such highly-ranked 
teams as Flagler College, University of 
North Carolina at Asheville, Jackson- 
ville University, and Appalachian 
State. 




Ed Puncheon 

Kevin Bridges 

Matt Smith 

Geoff Timm 

Chris Norton 

Chris Cavon 

Chris Bennett 

Jeff Williams 

Brian Candon 

John Fickle 

Chip Bauder 

Kurt MacDonald 

John Hilldebrand 

John Creed 

Pat Daxon 

Fernand Farreis 

Chris Farrell 

Capt. Paul Verchick 

Coach Gary L. McKiniey 



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Coach McKiniey commented, 
"The soccer team holds a bright fu- 
ture. My biggest concern is to change 
it from a losing team to a winning 
team." Ue concluded that he is going 
to study what is needed for next year 
to be one of the top teams in the 
country. 



Stetson's four musketeers are ready to block that kick. 



Soccer 75 



Baseball 

Baseball Shows 
Polish 

Hard hits and fast pitches helped 
make this year's team very exciting. Led 
by Head Coach Pete Dunn and Asst. 
Coach Rick Hall, the team gained unity 
and confidence. This team also had 
great spirit which was nurtured by spec- 
tators and the ever present Bat Girls. This 
high spirit was very helpful while playing 
such teams as Seminole Community 
College, Valencia Community College, 
and Central Florida Community College. 

Pitchers 

Chris Byrnes 

Ken Connell 

Bill Gill 

Jeff Henderson 

Jason Murphy 

Mike Natale 

Victor Ramos 

Tom Sutte 

George Tsamis 

Kevin Wasilewski 

Steve Woide 

Catchers 

Tim Farrand 

Landy Leon 

Infielders 

Eddie Corbett 

Chris Dunham 

Shawn Lee 

Dickie Smith 

Jim Smith 

Jack Trainor 

Capt. Ron Vara 

Kevin Weickel 

Outfielders 

Dennis Carpenter 

Fred DeLamata 

Bill Kiley 

Thomas Perkins 

Head Coach Pete Dunn 

Asst. Coach Rick Hall 

Grad. Asst. Coach Jeff Altier 

In the fall Stetson played the intra- 
squad play-off series and hosted several 
double-headers. The intra-squad play- 
off series was scheduled as a three of 
five series but the Green side, with Ron 
Vara and Dickie Smith, turned it into a 
three game set. 

Although the team had few double- 
headers that they won both games the 
team looked quite good in pre-season 
play. Good Luck! 



76 Baseball 




Eddie Corbett poses with that awesome Hatter 
style. 



Orlando Leon awaits the pitch. 





Dennis Carpener shows Eddie Corbett the 
proper way to catch grounders. 



Bill an knows how to use his fast moves to his 
advantage. 




Softball 

Fast Fitch 

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Fast ball is faster play. 



W/iaf a catch by Conklin. 




The women's softball team has 
been successful in playing fast 
pitch Softball this year. Coach Me- 
gan T. Bryant did well in her first 
year of coaching at Stetson, and 
Trainer Chris Ramer's experience 
helped. It took a lot of hard work 
and fun for this team to polish its 
performance. 



Robin Bradford 
Kim Carpenter 
Robyn Swartz 
lanet Hauck 
Lori Brown 
Debra Clark 
Denise deNoyelles 
Cheryl Conklin 
Erin Owen 
Debra Ryan 
Laurel Robinson 
Deidre Williams 
Denise Mikel 



Co-captain Deidre Williams and Cheryl 
Conklin led the women's softball team to vic- 
tory. This fast pitch action led the team to 
work harder for success. Congratulations on 
a job well done! 



Practice makes perfect. 



Softball 77 



Cross Country 



Men 



This year's cross country teams 
had what could be considered a 
good year. The teams usually 
placed within the top five at each 
meet. The competition was tough 
and steady but the Stetson teams 
had worked hard and that work 
paid off many times over. The 
coach was proud of his team and is 
hoping for the same enthusiasm in 
next year's team. 




Women 




78 Cross Country 




Volleyball 

Experience Gives 
Folished Performance 

Experience and endurance was the 
name of the game this year for Stet- 
son's women's Volleyball team. 
Grunts, groans, kills, and spikes may 
not seem like ladylike behavior, but 
that didn't stop the Lady Hatters. 



The Hatters are ready on the attack. 



Christy Hoffman sets up the serve. 




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The 1985-86 Women's 
Volleyball Team: 
OUTSIDE HITTERS 

16 Katy Barbour 

20 Cheryl Conklin, Captain 

17 Mary Margaret Enns 

18 Janet Hauck 

11 Christi Newkirk 
MIDDLE BACKS 

26 Anne Gatins 

24 Janiece Holder 

22 Peggy Machamer, Captain 

21 Kim Vach, Captain 
SETTERS/HITTERS 

12 Christy Hoffman 
10 Stephanie Roszell 




This year marked Head Volleyball 
Coach Dr. Elizabeth Schumaker's sev- 
enth year with the team. Veteran 
players such as Kim Vach, Peggy Ma- 
chamer, and Stephanie Roszell ex- 
celled in their volleyball techniques. 
During the last week of playing, Peggy 
Machamer was rated by NCAA as 
having the number one percentage 
block rate in the country. Way to go 
Lady Hatters! 



Kim Vach gets set to return the ball. 



The Lady Hatters enjoy a win. 



Volleyball 79 



Tennis 

Tip-Top 
Shape 

This year's Men's team wasted no 
time in starting their season. The 
team, led by Coach Ray Hussey, be- 
gan practicing in January. This early 
conditioning was started to strength- 
en the team members for a rigorous 
year. 



Wm. Brett Beard 
Farris Briggs 
Jeff Burnett 
Todd Carrigllo 
Richy DeRienzo 
Chud Dollison 
Scott Foltz 
John Krohn 
Frank Miller 
Brian Palmer 
Tony Sciarrino 



At the beginning of the season, the 
team had trouble converting three 
setters to their advantage but in the 
end the team trimmed out and 
learned from their mistakes. The 
team spirit out on the court was es- 
pecially high this year. 




Serving the ball. 



Todd Camglio volleys. 



80 Tennis — Male 




Tennis 

Lady Hatters Are 
A Striking Force 

This year opened up a new door as 
the Lady Hatters of tennis would be 
playing in Division 1, During 3 years of 
NCAA Division 2 competition, Stet- 
son earned its top ten ranking each 
season. In Division 1, the Lady Hats 
are hoping to do the same. 



iry Werley a walk-on, shows that it isn't all 
I. You have to work. 



Donna Carriques prepares to return that quick 
serve. 




Karen Neverton 
Patricia VanBylvevelt 
Jean Carlin 
Donna Carriques 
Mary Werley 
Whitney Bales 
Kathy Nee 
Mandy Stoll 
Tracy Freudenstein 
Mary Pat Dougherty 
Vicky Pate 



The Lady Hats also entered the 
New South Conference and are giv- 
ing their best shot at the new crown. 
Vicky Pate leads the Lady Hats with 
help of Mary Dougherty. Dougherty 
was an Ali-American before graduat- 
ing from Stetson in 1982. 



Practice is an everyday event. 



Tennis 81 



Golf 

Team Swings 
Ahead! 

For many years, Coach Weickel 
has led the swinging Hatters. 
Through his expert advise and the 
talent of the team members, his team 
has displayed polished performance. 




What a putt! 



Concentration is the key! 






Bob Hudson - Captain 
Lloyd Vail 
Constant DeMattIa 
Mike Blazer 
Geoff Campion 
Mark Leetzow 
Andy Hartline 
RIc Hughes 
Bobby Hunt 
Jeff Bruns 
Ralph Antonetti 
Bob Barkley 
Doug Sobieski 



With the success of past years and 
the talent of the players, the golf 
team experienced an excellent sea- 
son. Captain Bob Hudson helped 
Coach Weickel to lead the team to- 
wards success. 




Coif also takes good aim 



Stetson's team handled the traps in golf also! 



82 Men's Golf 




What follow through! 



Katie Byrne displays excellent form! 



Golf 

1st Year 
Success 




Even though this year was the 
first year that Stetson had a fe- 
male golf team, they had a suc- 
cessful year. There was even 
one player who had never 
played before. 



Katie Byrne 
Mary Wilbanks 
Cherrie Curry 
Kathy McMutrie 
Coach O'Sullivan 



Competing this year was diff i- 
cult for the Women's Golf 
Team, but not impossible. They 
had to create the team to meet 
Division I's Male/Female nu- 
meric requirements. 



Fore!! 



Women's Golf 83 



Wrestling 

Polish 
Shines 

This year the Stetson Wrestlers 
showed their polish. The Southern 
Open has traditionally been one of 
the toughest tournaments. This year's 
team took eighth place out of a field 
of 25 teams. "We went up there hop- 
ing to break into the top 15 and place 
at least one wrestler." Instead the 
team placed several wrestlers and 
was then able to get seeded at other 
key tournaments this year. Included 
among the tournaments were the 
Stetson Open and the Eastern Region- 
al Qualifier. 




Polish shines as hard work pays off. One of the Stetson Wrestlers receives points for a take down. 



Todd Gustafson 
Steve Berg 
Tom Stallings 
Ross Marino 
Richard Batchelor 
Bucky Davidson 
Charles Covati 
Ray Montero 
Richard Schmann 
Gabe Pruss 
Mike Morakis 
jon Love 
Tony Gustafson 
Kevin Sciacca 
Shawn Knapp 
Rob Colon 
Tom Weber 
Jim Ryan 
Vaughn Brown 
Mike Roll 
Chris Lunder 




Although the Stetson wrestlers had 
been defeated by local rival, Universi- 
ty of Central Florida, on November 
26th, Stetson's eighth place victory 
placed them ahead of U.C.F. "The 
way we performed was beyond any- 
thing I could have expected." com- 
mented second year coach John 
Hauser. The coach also commented 
on the excellent help that he had at- 
tained through his asst. coach and up- 
perclass wrestlers. We wish to con- 
gratulate the wrestlers on their great 
season and we tip our hats to the 
WRESTLERETTES for their support of 
the team. 




Don't give now because I just started to teach you your lesson. 



84 Wrestling 



Where d the ball go ? 




Sports 85 



Cheerleaders 

Spirit Promotes 
Pride 



Well-known for its high-spirited sup- 
port of Stetson Athletics, this year's 
cheerleading squad showed its green 
and white with high enthusiasm. Led by 
Karen Jones, the squad achieved its main 
objective of very actively promoting 
pride in Stetson. 




L to R Anne, Jamie, and Elizabeth. 



Theresa LeFils as "The Hatter" 



Annie Akarjalian 

Jamie Ball 

Mae Hayes 

Holli Horton 

Jenny James 

Elizabeth Koszas 

Michelle Solomon 

Luci Warren 

Nancy Drumov (Alt.) 

Shila Gillespie (Alt.) 

Dense DeNoyelles (Co.-capt.) 

Karen Jones (Capt.) 




Cheering on the Hatter Basketball 
team involves very devoted spirit and 
unity which the squad has developed 
through long hours of intense and rigor- 
ous practices. These practices also give 
the squad poise and coordination, all of 
which goes toward psyching and pro- 
moting that feeling of Hatter spirit 
among the athletes and their fans. 

The Hatter tips its hat to you for your 
support! 




Cheerleaders show their stuff during half-time. 



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stetson 
Support 

is #1 




Wrestlerettes were a huge help! 



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Sports 87 




Activities over the past years haven't changed much, but styles certainly have as this picture taken from a 1938 yearbook clearly shows. 



88 Classes 



^EKFOFiMAnCE 




The classes are filled with unique individuals with differ- 
ent goals. Each person attempts to achieve his goal in a 
different way. After many successes and failures, most 
eventually achieve the ultimate goal: GRADUATION! 




Even seniors eagerly check their mailboxes daily. 



CLASSES 



Classes 89 



Seniors 




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Dawn M. Acquard Dawn Adams Hope Adams Dawn Marie Anderson Edie Anderson 




Don Ahrens 




Del Suggs entertained students in the Hat Rack. 
90 Seniors 



Seniors 




Everyone loves mail. 




Charles Bliss Mary Catherine Boone Alice Margaret Base Carol Bowling 




Kevin E. Brown Gerald Bump Mike Burnick 




Jim Burns Ralph A. Cacci Jeff Alan Caglianone 




James L Carlstedt Lisa Carlton Kim Carpenter 




Mark A. Carper Roxanne Cason Randy Chesak 




'Please let this class be open!" 



Seniors 91 



Seniors 




Beth Chesser Deborah Christ Douglas Clark Susan Clark Shelby demons Ron Cole 




Kathy Costa Catherine Cousins Christopher Covone Fasting for Oxfam was a small sacrifice that benefited many. 







Study rooms are also great for relaxing and socializing. 
92 Seniors 




Cindy Crum Mary Crutchfield Mary Cubbedge 



Seniors 




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Keith Cuddy 



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Ingrid C. Daly John Paul Davis Kimberly Edbaro Diana Demaio Pamela Dennis 




Tim Desantis Annunziata Diamantini Alfredo /. Diaz 




Soccer takes a lot of energy and our team has plenty of It. 








Elaine Dobson Greg Doescher Neal A. Duncan 



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Eddie Ellis 



Michael W. Ely Cregg Emch 




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William Epting Linda Eriksen Alison E. Evans 



Competition is the name of the game. 



Seniors 93 



Seniors 




Christine Fessler Margaret Imelda Feus Chrissie Field 



Some of the contestants show off their better side. 




94- Seniors 



The one act plays were a success. 



Beth Forbes Thomas R. Foskett Michele Franklin 





Seniors 




Janet F. Fraser Leon E. Fruch Susan Fulton Kathryn Gall Ivette R. Garcia Sheryl A. Garvey 




Leslie Griffin Laura Jean Guiliano Karen Haas 



Students perform with tlie TOP HAT entertainers. 

Seniors 95 



Semiors 




Lucy Huddleston Bob Hudson Barbara Jeffries 



Dr. Booth and Dr Wood in full dress for convocation. 




96 Seniors 



Gary Moris leads discussion during Oxtam. 



Michelle Dawn Johrison Rob Johnson Michael S. Kettering 



Seniors 




Pope Duncan greets a new student dunng the first week of classes. Buddy Linton-Smith Jodi Littlestone Jennifer Lloyd 




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Deborah Maata Chrissy Madden Elizabeth Marshall 




Jane Mariowe assists a student during Fall Rush. 

Seniors 97 



Semiors 




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Lori Lee Hastings Chris Martin 



Stacey Martin Mary Catherine May Susan McDaniel Monica A. McDonougt 





Lance McKinney Carol McMurry Marilyn Metcalf 





Kristen Michael Diane Mikesell Jack M. Milbery 



Tracy Reinhold got Rush underway as Rush Chairman 1985. 




98 Seniors 



The talent show during Creenteather was a hit. 



Charles Mizell Ceri Lynn Morgan left Morris 



Seniors 




Soccer made a big hit this past year. 



Bary Pekin Pamela Peterson Kami Phillips 




Sandra Plumlee Eddie Poirier Andy Porch 



The C.U.B. ranked high in places to study. 



Seniors 99 



Seniors 





Tamara Prescott Monica Price 



Scott Price 



Angela Pruett 



Blake Qua Douglas Quackenbos 




Rocking for Creenfeather can really be exciting. 



Tracy Reinhold 



Eric Reyes Charlene Robbins 




Theresa Y. Robbins Rob Robinson Lori Rodenbaugh 






Robert D. Rodriguez Lyn Rogers 

100 Seniors 



Melanie Lou Rollison 



Steve says, "This one's for you.' 



Seniors 





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Michael W. Sages Andrea Schlichter Diane Schloesser Marlena Schuli<ind Mictiael R. Scliwallie Gregory Sherman 




Diane Sutyak Patricia L. Tatem 



Kelly Teets 
Seniors 101 



Seniors 




f&e Terrell Melissa Titshaw Susan Ann Tracy Ton! Tury Stuart Glenn Ulferts Patty Underwood 




Kevin P. Wasilewski Julia Carol Wendt Mary Wherley Campbell 5. Whitaker 




102 Seniors 



Mary Wilbanks Dawne Williams Rodney I. Williams 




Milly, 
Never had any doubt, We are proud of you. 
Love, Melvie & Clarabell 


Karen Sue Ferber, 

President Ronald Reagan & Nancy join us in our 
joy. 

We love you. 

Mom, Dad, Kevin & Kip 


Theresa Robbins, 

"We love you!" 
Mom & Dad 


Nancy Lopez, 

We are so very proud of you. 
Love, Mom and Dad and Family 


JeffMcDuffie, 

May life bring you as much happiness as you have 
brought us. 

Love, Mom & Dad 


Luck & Love to Annie Bug!! 

You've made us proud and happy. 
Mom & Dad 


Mike, 
May life be as good to you as you have been to us. 
Love, Mom, Barb, Sue & Tom 


Joey Dato, 

Congratulations! We are proud of you!! 
Love, Mom & Dad 


Theresa Wilberg, 

Good luck always! 
Love Mom & Dad 


Congratulations — Dawn Williams 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Dad, Mother, Todd & Brad 


Kelly Sue Finton, 

You are my own Rainbow of joy!!! I thank 
God for you! 

Love, Mom 


Robert Shaw, Jr. 

We are proud of you!! 
Love, Mom & Dad 



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Eddie Ellis, 

We love you and are so proud of you!! 
Love, Dad & Mom 


Tami Sutton, 

As always, we are well pleased with you, and love 

you very much. We know you have worked hard to 

prepare for life, now God will bless you, if you let 

him. 

Love Mom & Dad 


Steve Thorne, 

Congratulations on your graduation — the Lord 
continues to bless us with you. 

Love, Your Proud Parents 


Rob Robinson, 

We are very proud of you! 
All our love. Dad, Mom & Joley 


Mark Faber, 

We are very proud of you. 
Love always, Mom & Dad 


Tom McCauley, 

May the wind be at your back and God bless you! 
We love you! 

Mom & Dad 


Janine, 

To our joy with love. Congratuations and welcome 
home. 

Love, Mom & Dad 


Monica Leigh, 

Congratulations! We are so proud of you. 
Love, Mom, Daddy & Jennifer 


Paula, 

What you are to be, you are now becoming — We 
are very proud of you. 

Love, Mom & Dad 


Keto, 

May your future "sparkle" as you have. 
We love you Mom & Dad 


Beth Lubach, 

"Success brings hope, hope inspires fresh desire, 
and desire gives zest to life and joy to labor." May 
you be happy and successful. 

Love, Mom & Dad 


Jeff Jones, 

Way to go!! We think you are terrific. 
Love, the Family 



104 



WAL-MART 

People Serving People 




WAY TO GO STETSON! 



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Family Steak House 



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DeLand, FL 32720 

(904)736-8415 

We have a steak in your future 



Come join other Stetson students and faculty at 

DeLand's First 
United Methodist Church 

(located at Howry and the Boulevard) 



8:30 a.m. Worship Service 

9:45 a.m. Sunday School (all ages) 

11:00 a.m. Worship Service 

Nursery Provided 



Home for so many. . . 
home away from home for many more 



Ads 105 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




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Underclassmen 




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SUB brought talented shows from all over to perform for Stetson. 

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Carol Andersen 



Dave Anderson Kathy Andress 



Dawn Arace 



Nancy Archard Tami Arnold 











Ruth Ashby 



Olga Athanasiou Douglas Babb 



Ute Babbe 



Kim Bailey 



Bonnie Baker 
Underclassmen 107 



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Underclassmen 




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The Lambs Mr. Beauty really could sing. 



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Underclassmen 109 



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'We Know Because We Go' 




228 E. New York Avenue 
Deland, Florida 

Telephone 734-4531 

Leah W. Conklin, 

Stetson '55 
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Stetson '73 



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instituticxi you can 

bank on. 

For over 50 years, Security First has 
helped people buy homes, send their kids to 
college, save for a comfortable retirement 
and enjoy the better things in life. 

Today, we want to help you with more 
of your financial needs than ever before. 
With a whole new range of investment 
accounts insured to $100,000 by the FSLIC. 
All kinds of personal loan plans. And inno- 
vations like our Money Key card to let you 
get money 24 hours a day from over 2000 
locations around Florida. If you have a 
financial need, stop by and see us. You'll be 
glad you did. 

SECURITY FIRST 





At Publix. we think the value of 
your shopping experience isn't mea- 
sured in just dollars and cents. It's 
measured in the overall satisfaction 
you feel about the time you spend 
with us. And that includes everything 
you encounter. From courteous peo- 
ple and well-lit, clean, spacious aisles, 
to competitive prices and a choice of 
popular brands you won't find any- 
where else in the state. 

Shop at Publix and you're 
among friends. Friends who'll will- 
ingly take the time to help you find 
what you need, check it out quickly 
and carry it out to your car. In fact, 
youll find we care about your satis- 
faction in every department. Our 
produce is fresh picked, not picked 
over. Our beef is expertly trimmed: 
you take the lean, we keep the fat. 
Our Deli and Bakery products are 

made fresh every day. And if that's not 
enough, there^ innovative services 
like the Presto! ATM and fast photo 
processing that are ahvays part of the 
Publix experience. 
At Publix. wer. 
committed to making | 
topping a pleasure 
for you. And thats 
something you just 
can't put a price on. 




Scmie of the best things at Hiblixaieift for sale. 



Hi the link things thai make shopping at Publix such a pkc 



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Underclassmen 




As a Mr, Beauty candidate for Phi Sigma Kappa, Frankie even had his nails done. 



Pam Burnett 





David Buth Joanne Butterbrodt Suzan Cadman 



Terri Cain 



Mary Caldwell 
Underclassmen 111 



Umderclassmem 




Aileen Callan Andrea Calvert Debra Campanola Susan Campbell Tina Carantzas Jeanne Carlin 










Anna Carlson 



Lolly Carr 



Teresa Carswell Karen Casey Stephanie Castonguay Robin Cates 




Jack! Cinotti 
112 Underclassmen 



Alpha Kappa Psi goes all out for Mr. Beauty. 



Compliments of 



JCPenney 



101 S. Woodland Blvd. 
Deland, Fl. 



GOOD LUCK GRADUATES 

THAPiKS FOR YOUR 

SUPPORT. 

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303 n. Woodland, DeLand 



Boss Caiisers 
Feugot • Trek • Ross 
Centurian • Fuji 



Phone: 736-3645 



THAFIKS 




ORANGE 
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• NEW COLOR CABLE TV 

• 24 HOUR SELF DIAL PHONFS 
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• COMMERCIAL t,ATES 

734-0670 



AMERICAN OWNED 1010 N. Woodland Blvd. 
& OPERATED Near Stetson S Shopping 
Same Ownership 




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4 MIN FROM STETSON 
HIGHWAY 17 NORTH 



DAVE'S 
CYCLE SHOP 



98S-4224 



734-0670 



Stay with Eppie Among the Orange Trees. 



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Bellinrs 
Delicatessen 

Uariety Of Hot Or C old Subs 
Phone 736-1747 




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Need quality printing. 



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printing LJ company 



Come see us at 726 South Boulevard 

(the place on South Boulevard where the clcx:k is never right) 



Letterheads 
Envelopes 
Business Cards 
Business Forms 
Flyers 
Labels 



Books 

Programs 
Tickets 
Newsletters 
Four-color process 




Quality, Fashionable Tootware 

Tor the Stetson 

Community 

137 M. Woodland 




114 



Underclassmen 











Ricardo Cividance )aime Clark Thomas ). Clark Elizabeth Claxton Gary Coachman Brendon Cochran 



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Steve Cochran Vivian Cocotas 



Susan Coker 



Kris Cole 



Erinn Collinsworth Valerie Conaway 





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Cheryl Conklin Erin Connors 



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Harrison Conyers 


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Mike Conway 


Sondra Cook 


Alfonso Cooper 




Look out Madonna because here I come. 



P.). Corless 
Underclassmen 115 



UWDERCLASSMEN 




)enny Davis 
Hd Underclassmen 



The Hat Rack Patio is ttie #1 spot during the 10 o'clock hour. 



Umderclassmen 




Todd Davis 



Todd Davis Sheila Dearybury Doug Debolt Michael L. Dehn Jon Deinard 








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David Dellollo Annabelle Dengel Todd Dezoort Marjorie Diephouse Todd A. Doane Sandy Dobson 







David Dodge Donald Dollar Dana Dollison Tracy Domdowski Anne Doran 



Susan Dorsey 




Merrie Beth Doty Truitt Dover 



C.J. Dral<e 



Nancy Drumov Caroline Duncil Amy Dunham 




Deborah Dunnavan Kimberly Dupree Valerie Durand John G. Ebenger Marty Ebenger 



Lori Eckler 
Underclassmen 1.1.1 



Underclassmen 




Jayne M. Edwards Kenneth Edwards Sophia Ehringer 



Betsy Eich Dawn Rise El<dahl 





Robin Elliott 




Mary Margaret Enns Hal Epperson Claudia Epting Christopher Erb Rebecca Fairdoth Jeni Fanzlaw 




Kristina Farrell 
Uo Underclassmen 



Lyn Faust Kevin F Feldman Debbie Ferguson Mayte Figueiras 



Umderclassmen 




Rhonda Flanders 


Margaret Flatt 




Sonia Foli Holly Forman 


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AZD's show the true spirit of Creenfeather 



Lorene Francis 




Susan French Jonathon Frye Tracy Gabriel 



David Cant 



Ron Gartner Bryan Cassmann 

Underclassmen 119 



Umderclassmen 




Diane Coijberg Tomas Gomez Julie Goodman 

120 Underclassmen 



Lauren Goodman Steven Gosney Kimberly Gossett 



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More Of ThanBamettOfifices. 







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That makes banking even more convenient for you. And that's what makes us Florida's bank. 




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Ai: B.ornctt Banks arc members of FDIC. 



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Fashions with Class 



Woodland Plaza 
Phone 736-3164 




Morrison's 
Old College Try 

/kai-ij tri/ ^^ ^ 

n 1 : the daily preparation of student meals, with pro- 
fessional care given to the satisfaction of personal tastes, 
and with enthusiasm of serving diverse and individual 
student needs. 

(S3 Morrison's Management Services 



122 



Underclassmen 




Hamilton 



Sean Hamilton Paul Hamm Kris Hammack 



Lynn Hampton 



Jan Hancock 
Underclassmen 123 



Underclassmen 




Michael Hiday 
124 Underclassmen 



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Look to the Sun Today. 



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May God Be With You 
1986 Graduates 




FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF DeLAND 



Gary Carter — Associate in Ministry 
Youth, College and Young Adults 



Congratulations Grads 



a church with 

STETSON 

in its name 

and 

on its HEART 

AN UNCHANGING CHRIST 
FOR A CHANGING WORLD 

1125 West Minnesota Avenue 




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Underclassmen 




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Ric Highes 



Warren Hinrichs Linda Holloway Angi Holmes Liz Hopkinson Holli Horton 




Julie Jernigan Andrea Johnson Karen Jones 



Paige Jones Joanne Joyce Lisa Jozsa 

Underclassmen 127 



Underclassmen 




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Laura Knirk Kristin Kock 

128 Underclassmen 



Elizabeth Koszas 



Jeff Krai 



Duann Kremer Zoe Kugeares 




135 NORTH BOULEVARD 
DELAND, FLORIDA 32720 

[904] 736-0777 

and 



131 N. Boulevard 
DeLand, Fl. 
734-5221 




THANK YOU! 



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bank at Stetson! 

with TilUe The AUtime TeUer 
£ Florida National Bank 

ihm Sptiif iW success - 



Member FDIC 
Located at the Carlton Union Building 



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CONQRATULATIOnS 
GRADUATES 

Hats off to you Seniors! 
Best Wishes for tlie future. 

The Orlando Sentinel 



Volusia County Bureaus 




THAFIKS 

STETSOn 

GOOD LUCK 

GRADUATES 




Telephone: 
734-1995 



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Continental Cuisine 
Old World Elegance 



Fraternity-Sorority Parties 



1915 Old New York Ave. 

(folio w A mtrak signs) Sylvia. Doug, A lison 

DeLand, Florida 32 720 and Dwayne Fisher 



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DeLand, Florida 



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Underclassmen 




lerome Lacey Jeff Ladinsky Kristin Lakso Colete Lancaster Elizabeth Laney 



Ellen Lanier 







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Ana Latour Pascals Lebrun Tammy Leek 



Ken Leeman Mark Leetzow Jessica K. Leland 




Susan Liebert 



Wendy Lincer Cornelius Lindholm Jenny Lingo 



Andrea Liska Melissa Little 

Underclassmen 151 



Underclassmen 




Monica Little 



Elaine Liz 



Betty Liorens Francois-Xavier Lopez Julie Lorton 



Todd Lowther 




Daniel Lucas Irina Lukito Connie Harvey Charles A. Lundeil Christopher Lunder Billy Macgrath 




Pam Maddox Peaches Maerz Christie Mall Juliann Mall Timothy Mallard Tim Maloney 





Tina Mantovani 




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Students wait patiently tor the movie to begin in the Stetson room. 



Christine Marston 







Chinese — American Restaurant 

"Specializing In Cantonese Cooking" 

_^^___ — Hours: — ^_— ^^^-^ 

LUNCH 

Monday-Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

Except Holidays 

DINNER 

Monday-Saturday 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 

Sundays and Holidays 12 Noon to 10:00 p.m. 

734-0904 

■ 1329 N. Woodlanc Blvd. DeUnd 
"Take Out Service fivailble" 



THAriKS FOR 

YOUR 

SUPPORT 

LES CAMP 

Woodworking Shops 



615 Hwy. 92 

DeLand, FL 



YOU ALWAYS GET 
THE BEST OP US. 




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Corner US Hwy 17-92, DeLand 

Call: 734-6071 (DeLand) 
Or 255-3777 (Daytona Beach) 



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Congratulations Graduates! 



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941 N. Woodland Blvd. 
DeLand 







JACKIE, my youngest angel, has 
come through with flying colors. 

With your brains, looks, and com- 
mon sense, you're outstanding from 
many others. 

Now the real world is waiting for 
you to start. 

Your college days are over and you 
must depart. 

I love you and wish you the best — 

How you handle the future is the 
really big test. 

Love, Mom 




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UriDERCLASSMEN 




Checking the mailboxes for a letter from home is part of daily routine. 



Andy McLeese 
Underclassmen 135 



Underclassmen 




Ij - Haw a \ 

Brenda Miller Deeann Miller Gregory Mills Kimberly Millwater 



Heather Minton Debra Mitchell 




Marcy Mitchem Theresa Mizrahy Stacey Moats 

13d Underclassmen 



CONGRATULATIONS 




Edie Anderson 
Beth Lubach 
Susan McDaniel 
Pam Peterson 



Lyn Rogers 
Beth Chesser 
Susanna King 
Ann Wall 




DELTA DELTA DELTA 
GRADUATES 



MICHAEL E. KEITH, LTD. 

Retail Manufacturing Jeweler 

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Dear Janet, 

I am so very proud of you. 
You have used your God 
given talents and gifts 
well. 




Continue to use His guid- 
ance in all your endeavors 
for a beautiful, good life. 

Your Mom 





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138 



Umderclassmen 




John Moore 



Jim Moskus 



Lynne Nicols 



Michael Morakis Cinda Morris Joseph Morris Chance Morrison David Morton 




Joy Mourant 



Susan Mull 



Tres Mullis 



Mari Musalen Lynne Nibbelink 





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Sindy Nieves Daniel Nordman Mary Jo Norton Stephanie Olin 



John Ong 




Susan Fulton gives blood during the annual Blood Drive. 



Jeff Oswald 
Underclassmen 139 



Underclassmem 




Missy Patrick 



Robin Phillips 





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Lisa Ottomanelli Erin Marie Owen Christie Owens 



Mark Owens 



Roger Pafford Angela Parker 




Diana Peltz 



Julie Perry 



Sherry Pesola Angle Phillips 



Erin Phillips 




Laura Pina 



Renee Pittman Michelle Podany Susan Poindexter Michele Pollock 




Anne Ralph Douglas Ramsey 

X4-0 Underclassmen 



Michelle Recourt 



Sylvia Redwine Ann Reiman 



Dee Remillard 



Underclassmen 




Students socialize in front of Allen Hall during the beginning of the year 



Kimberly Rogers 







Candie Roll 



Chip Roll 



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Donn Roll Lisa Romay Renee Rondinelli Terri Rosenberg 







Amy Rowe 



Robert Rowe 



Karin Rowland Rebecca Rowland Iracema Russ 



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Lucille Russo 
Underclassmen 141 



Underclassmen 




Tara Rustin 



Caria Sangiovanni 



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Sherri Saad 




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Debbie Sabol 



Mary Sages Doug Salvatore Cindy Sanchez 




Student listens attentively as the political forum is explained. 





isk 




Ronda Sapp 



Andrea Sauer 




Wendy Sauer Deanna Scherock Laurie Scherock Christine Schilcher 



Bret Schroetel Richard Schumann 

142 Underclassmen 




Donna Schwiers Kevin C. Sciacca 



Janet Sealy 



Jim Seguine 



Underclassmen 




Collette Sheedy Greg Shirer Amy Showfety Gloria Shuman Kim Siciliano Lauren Silverman 




Tracl Simpson Stephanie Sims Sheryl Slocum 



Matt Smith 



Margaret Smythe Doug Sobieski 

Underclassmen 14-3 



Underclassmew 




Thad Soles Carolyn Sosnowski Jack Souders Felix Spengler Kelly Spillman Laura Spofford 




Stetson cheerleaders recruit new members to continue the Hatter spirit. 



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Thomas Stallings Stacey L. Starling Patti Stefik Avery F. Stephenson 



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Kim Stewart 



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Joey Stokes 



Mandy Stoll 



Sally Stoll 



Barbara Stackpole 




Sandra Stone 



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148 Underclassmen 



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Even in 1930, Elizabeth Hall was the center of education at Stetson. 



156 Faculty 




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Stetson University's faculty is composed of many 
fine professors. Each brings a new and different aspect 
of knowledge to Stetson's students, but they all work 
together in order to give the best education to their 
students. 




The Convocation Ceremony each year presents Stetson's outstanding faculty. 



FACULTY 



Faculty 157 




President Pope A. Duncan continued to make great strides in 1985-86 to achieve the many goals he had set for the 
university. Among these goals are increasing the student enrollment, raising Stetson's academic standards, and the 
forming of a School of Communications. By setting high standards for the university. Dr. Duncan hopes to make Stetson 
an internationally recognized learning institution. 




158 President 




As Provost, Denton Coker is responsible for developing students' learning abilities. The 
University has the job of helping each student reach his highest potential, not just 
academically, but in all aspect of life. Provost Coker feels that by giving students a well 
balanced background they will be better prepared to achieve the goals that they have set 
for themselves. 




Provost 159 




Dr. Lee has been Executive Vice-President since the Spring of 1984. His 
job is to assist the president in day-to-day operations during the school 
year and to serve on Dr. Duncan's behalf during the absence of the 
president. 




160 Vice President 



STETSOM UTiNERSlTY 
BOARD or TRUSTEES 




Richard Beauchamp 
Forest Park, Georgia 

j. Hyatt Brown 
Daytona Beach 

Alton Butler 
Pensacola 

Carolyn: Davenport^l 

Miami 

A. Dano Davis 
jacksonyij 

Earl H. Ferreli 
Coral Gables 





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Sarasota 

Wendell Jarrard, jr. 

DeLand 

Chairman 

Robert A. Kent 
Longwood 

Ro^rt M. McMillan 
Talfahassee 



Dennis C McNamara, Sr. 
Orlando 




M.E. Rinker 
West Palm Beach 




Trustees 161 




Members of Stetson's Military Science 
Department include Master Sergeant 
lames Dees, Sergeant Dennis Fischer, 
Major John Hames, and Captain Long. 
ROTC has been an active part of Stet- 
son's campus for many years. These few 
along with others help to produce some 
of the top cadets in the state. 



M 



ilitary 
Science 




Pictured are MA) Timothy Gillette, LTC 
James W. Tarleton III, SCM Harold Farm- 
er, and SSC William Mitchell, who kept 
the ROTC program in line. 



J~listory 




Dr. Paul Steeves has been here since 1972. His degrees came from Washington 
Univ. and Univ. of Kansas. Dr. Malcolm Wynn has been here since 1952. From 
Ohio State, he received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. Dr. Kevin O'Keefe has been 
here since 1975. He received his degrees from Queens College, St. John's Univ. 
and N.Y. Univ. Dr. Marc Lovelace has been here since 1968. His degrees are from 
High Point College and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Evans Johnson, 
chairman of the department since 1953, has degrees from the Univ. of Alabama 
and Univ. of North Carolina. 



peech and 
Theater 




Dr. James C. Wright, chairman of the Speech and Theatre Department, since 
1965, received degrees from Hardin-Simmons University, Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity and Ohio State University. Ms. Ann Burlin has been at Stetson since 1981, 
after receiving degrees from the University of Virginia and Indiana University. She is 
also the Director of Forensics. Mr. B. Bruce Griffiths has been at Stetson since 1956, 
after he received degrees from Baylor University and Yale. Mrs. Marjorie Gilbert has 
been at Stetson since 1969. She received her degree from Guildhall School of Music 
and Drama. 



162 tiberal Arts 



^nglish 




Dr. Wayne Dickson, chairman of English since 1973, received degrees from 
Stetson and Duke. Dr. Ellen Smith, here since 1977, received her degrees from 
Central State College, the Univ. of Oklahoma and Univ. of Oregon. Dr. Carter 
Colwell, here since 1958, earned his degrees from the Univ. of Chicago, Cambridge 
Univ. and Emory. Dr. Michael Raymond, here since 1972, received his degrees from 
Stetson and the Univ. of Florida. 




Dr. Ann Morris has been a profes- 
sor of English at Stetson since 1961. 
She received her B.A. here, her M.A. 
from the Univ. of South Carolina, and 
her Ph.D. from Florida State Universi- 
ty. 




Dr. Mary Pollock, previously teaching at the Univ. of Texas, enjoyed her first year 
at Stetson. Jane Bradford, here since 1983, has degrees from Stetson and Penn. State. 
Dr. William Taylor received his degrees from Vanderbilt and has taught here since 
1957. Dr. Thomas Farrel, here since 1984, earned his degrees from the Univ. of 
Michigan. 




Dr. Bryan Gillespie, here since 1966, 
received his degrees from Wake For- 
est and Duke. 




^jumanities 



Dr. Doan has degrees from Univ. of 
San Diego, San Francisco State, and 
Univ. of Chicago. 



Liberal Arts 163 




Pictured here are Alan Sanders and 
Robert Weickel of the Physical Educa- 
tion Department. 



Pictured here left to right are Education staff members Elizabeth Mines, Carol 
Corcoran, Catherine Coggins, Ruth Arnold, and Richard Morland. 



Physical 
tjducation 




Dr. Elizabeth Schumaker has served as 
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
since 1979. She has also had seven suc- 
cessful years in coaching the women's 
volleyball team and three years of 
coaching the men's volleyball team. 



Left to right is the other half of the Education faculty — William March, Donald 
Gill, Margaret Horton, and Morgan Greek. 



164 Faculty 



S ociologij 




Dr. Paul Kooistra is on a one year 
visiting assistant professorship. He 
was previously teaching at Sante Fe )r. 
College. He received his B.A. from 
Furman and his Ph.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Virginia.. Dr. Charles B. Ved- 
der has been the chairman of this de- 
partment since 1974. He earned his 
B.A. from Lawrence University and his 
Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. Dr. 
John K. Schorr has taught here since 
1975. His B.A. came from Hartwick 
College, his M.A. from the New 
School for Social Research, and his 
Ph.D. from Brown University. 



C^ ounseling 




Director of the Counseling Center 
Dr. Judith Wright and Director of 
Counseling Services Dr. George Hood 
help the students in making various 
decisions. The Counseling Center 
helps students develop study skills, 
find majors, and assist in helping 
graduates find jobs. Dr. Wright came 
to Stetson in 1984. She also serves as 
Assistant Professor of Education and 
Director of Testing. Dr. Hood has 
been at Stetson since 1950. He is also 
professor of Counselor Education. 



Faculty 165 



f\eligion 



Dr. Mitchell G. Reddish, here since 
1983, received his degrees from the 
University of Georgia and the South- 
ern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. 
James Beasley, here since 1973, re- 
ceived degrees from Stetson, An- 
dover Newton Theological School, 
and Tufts University. Dr. Earl Joiner, 
chairman since 1955, has degrees 
from Stetson and Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary. Dr. Donald 
Musser, here since 1978, received his 
degrees from the University of Pitts- 
burgh, Southern Baptist Seminary, 
and the University of Chicago. Dr. 
Clyde Fant, first year, received de- 
grees from Baylor University and 
Southern Baptist Theological Semi- 
nary. 



B ioloaij 



Dr. Keith L. Hansen, here since 
1955, received degrees from Stetson 
and the University of Florida. Dr. Da- 
vid Allen Stock, here since 1970, 
earned degrees from Michigan State 
and North Carolina State University. 
Dr. Elaine Norman, here since 1970, 
earned degrees from Hunter College, 
Washington University; St. Louis, and 
Cornell University. Mr. Stephen 
Myers, here this year, earned degrees 
from the University of Central Florida 
and Florida State University. Dr. Derek 
Barkalow, here since 1978, received 
degrees from University of Wisconsin 
and Rutgers University. Dr. Francis 
Knapp, here since 1983, earned de- 
grees from College of Idaho and the 
University of Southern California. 




166 Faculty 




Dr. Roberta Favis, who has 
served as the Art History instructor 
this year, earned her degrees from 
Bryn Mawr University. 



Mrs. Margaret Dunn of the English 
department earned her degrees from 
itetson University. 



4rt 



Mr. Dan Cunderson, who has 
been a professor of Art since 1976, 
earned his degrees from the Uni- 
versity of South Dakota and the 
University of Wisconsin. 





i^ 



j sijchologij 



Fred L. Messersmith has served as pro- 
?ssor of Art and Chairman of the Art 
)epartment since 1959. He obtained his 
egrees from Ohio Wesleyan University. 




Dr. CD. Cochran has served as 
professor of psychology and chair- 
man of the psychology depart- 
ment since 1967. Dr. Cochran 
earned his degrees from Georgia 
State University and the University 
of Georgia. 



Faculty 167 



A merican 
j\ Studies 




Dr. John A. Hague, chairman of American Studies, received his B.A. from 
Princeton University and his Ph.D. from Yale University. Dr. Gerald E. Critoph, 
here since 1959, received his B.A. from Syracuse University and his M.A. and 
Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. 



Jr hysics 



Dr. Anthony T. Jusick has been the Associate Professor of Physics since 1966. 
He received his B.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Florida. 





Dr. Pangratios Papacosta has been the As 
sistant Professor of Physics since 1980. He re 
ceived his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from the Uni 
versity of London. 




Dr. Thomas A. Lick has been the professo 
of physics and chairman since 1967. He re 
ceived his B.S. from Muhlenberg College anc 
his Ph.D. from Ohio University. 



168 Liberal Arts 




Pictured are the faculty of the Math Department. Dr. Michael Branton, 
who began teaching at Stetson in 1982 earned his degrees from Florida 
Technological University and University of North Carolina. Dr. Gene W. 
Medlin, teaching since 1958, received his degrees from Wake Forest and 
University of the South. Charlie Lindell, student aid. Dr. Dennis K. Kletz- 
ing, teaching since 1974, earned his degrees from Drexel University and 
Dartmouth College. Mrs. Deborah Branton, teaching since 1982 earned 
her degrees from Atlantic Christian College and University of North 
Carolina. Mr. David Lawson, teaching at Stetson since 1983 earned his 
degrees from Michigan State and University of Michigan. Dr. David Ellis, 
instructing since 1984 received his degrees from University of California at 
Berkeley. Dr. Gareth Williams, teaching since 1973 received degrees from 
University College of North Wales. Nancy Wilton, secretary. Ms. Annette 
Gillespie, teaching since 1968 received degrees from Stetson and Duke 
University, and Dr. Elizabeth Magarian, teaching since 1968 earned de- 
grees from Ashbury College and Florida State University. 



^ 



ath and 
Computer Science 



p oreign 



Languages 




Dr. Richard A. Ferland, an associate 
professor of French here since 1978, 
received his degrees from Assump- 
tion College and Flarvard University. 




Dr. Gerald F Anderson, here since 
1961, has degrees from Bates College, 
Univ. of New Flampshire, and Univ. of 
Madrid. Mrs. Mauck is the secretary 
for the Foreign Language Depart- 
ment. 



Dr. Robert L. Smith, here since 
1977, has degrees from the University 
of California. 




Liberal Arts 169 




Dr. Robert S. Chauvin has been a 
professor of geography at Stetson 
since 1950. He received his B.S. de- 
gree from the State University College 
of Arts and Sciences in Plattsburg, N.Y. 
He earned his M.Ed, from the Univer- 
sity of Houston. His M.A. and Ed.D. 
came from Columbia University and 
he received his L.L.D. from Stetson. 



CJ eography 




Dr. Bruce C. Bradford has been as- 
sociate professor of geography and 
chairman of Stetson's Geography De- 
partment since 1975. He received his 
B.A. from Stetson and his M.S. and 
Ph.D. came from Pennsylvania State 
University. 




Dr. Richard H. Wood, )r. and Dr. Neal B. Long pose with Adele latum, the 
secretary for the Economics and Political Science Departments. Dr. Wood has been 
associate professor of Economics here since 1970. He received his B.A. from Antioch 
College and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Long, as well 
as being a professor of Economics, has been chairman of Stetson's Economics 
Department since 1974. He received his B.A. and Ph.D. from Indiana University and 
his M.A. from the University of North Carolina. 



conomics 



John M. Booth has been Associate 
professor of Economics at Stetson 
since 1973. From New York Universi- 
ty, he received his B.S. His M.A. was 
received from University of California 
at Berkely and his Ph.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. 




170 Liberal Arts 



olitical 
Science 



T. Wayne Bailey is a professor of Political Science and has been the chairman of 
that Department since 1963. Since 1984, he has held the ). OIlie Edmunds Chair. He 
received his B.A. and Ph.D. from University of Florida and his M.A. from George 
Peabody College. 

Gary L. Maris has been a professor of Political Science at Stetson since 1965. He 
earned his B.A. from Stetson and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Duke University. 




C^hemistry 








Dr. Theodore W. Beiler, chairman 
of Stetson's Chemistry Department 
since 1953, received degrees from Al- 
legheny College and from Harvard 
Univ. 



Dr. Delap, at Stetson since 1962, 
received degrees from Southern Illi- 
nois and Duke. 




UJ 




Dr. Kenneth C. Everett has been a 
professor of chemistry at Stetson 
since 1969. He achieved his B.S. at 
Washington and Lee University and 
his Ph.D. at Stanford University. 




Dr. Edwin C. Coolidge has been a 
professor of chemistry here since 
1961. He received his B.A. from Ken- 
yon College and his Ph.D. from John 
Hopkins University. 




Liberal Arts 171 



J^oreign 
languages 




Dr. Mario Aldana has acted as associate pro- 
fessor of French since 1977. Dr. Aldana 
earned his degrees from the Univ. of Florida. 




Mrs. Janet Anderson has been an instructor 
in Spanish at Stetson since 1968. She earned 
her degrees from Bates College. 




Drs. Hertha and Jesse Berry are professors of foreign languages. Dr. Hertha Berry, who has been at Stetson 
since 1974 earned her degrees from the Univ. of Vienna, Harvard Univ., and Vanderbilt Univ. Dr Jesse Berry 
earned his degrees from the College of William and Mary and Vanderbilt Univ. Fie has been chairman and 
professor of foreign languages since 1972. 




Pictured here are Mrs. O'Keefe and Dr Elsie Minter, both professors of French. Dr Minter has been i 
professor at Stetson since 1962. She is director of International Studies Program and earned her degree:: 
from the Univ. of Richmond and the Univ. of North Carolina. 



172 Faculty 



K usiness 
^j)chool 




Pictured \eft to right are the Management /Marketing Instructors: Dan Rosetti, who has been at Stetson 
since 1983, earned his degrees from Florida State. Randall Evanson, who earned his degrees from 
Georgetown and George Washington Univ. has been at Stetson since 198 1. Maxine Patterson, who has 
been at Stetson since 1948, earned her degrees from Mary Washington College of the Univ. of Virginia 
andtheUniv. of Colorado; Nick Maddox, who is new at Stetson this year DavidNylen, whohasserved 
at Stetson since 1979, the Eugene M. Lynn Chair in 1980, earned his degrees from Duke Univ., Harvard 
Univ., and Univ. of Florida. Jackson Stevens, who has been at Stetson since 1985, and Harry Garber, /r. 
(chairman) who has been at Stetson since 1972, earned his degrees from the Univ. of Miami, Michigan 
State Univ. and Syracuse Univ. 



I 





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Dr. Surynt earned degrees from Temple Univ., the Univ. of Toronto, and Georgia State Univ. and has 
been here since 1983. Mr Masters, here since 1964, has degrees from Rollins and Stetson. 




Y 




Dr. Garland Keesling, who has been Assistant 
Prof essor of Marketing since 1981, earned his 
degrees from Univ. of Georgia, Appalachian 
State Univ., and the Univ. of Arkansas. 



E 



ducation 




Dr. Ed Smotherman has been a professor of 
Education since 1956. He earned his degrees 
from Southwest Missouri State Univ. and the 
Univ. of Missouri. 



Faculty 173 



^chogl 

Music is the Key for Success 

Practice and dedication is the key for success in the 
Music Department. 

The Wind Ensemble and the Orchestra worked indi- 
vidually and presented concerts about once per 
month. 

The Choral Union has been presenting various con- 
certs during the course of the year, ending their con- 
cert season with an opera. 

The Jazz Band has been working off -campus for the 
Hilton Hotel in Daytona Beach, as the Taste of DeLand 
at the Edmunds Center, and at the Renovation Street 
Celebration in DeLand. 

The Pep Band, which performs as an extra-curricular 
activity, provides music at the basketball games. 

There have also been concerts every Tuesday and 
Thursday nights presented by the faculty and a faculty 
quintet. 




Dr. James Woodward has had a successful year during his first year as 
the Dean of the Music School. 




The faculty of the School of Music has put much dedication into its work to achieve success. Pictured here is the faculty before performing for the stu- 
dents. 



174 Faculty 




OBK 



Phi Beta Kappa members: 

Dr. Gerald Critoph 
Mr. Terry Crieb 
Dr Robert Smith 
Mr Michael Reddish 
Mr David Nylen 
Mr. Joel Zucker 
Dr Theodore Beiler 
Dr Malcolm Wynn 
Dr James DeLap 
Dr. Careth Williams 



4»BK is the Liberal Arts Honorary for faculty and graduating seniors. 



Model Senate 

Model Senate is the Stetson version of the U.S. 
Senate. It is designed to educate students about how a 
Senate operates. 




-'-''^/"-■•'"TiijppirnaisiiTiii III! I 




Carlton Union 
Buildina 

The Director of the Carlton Union Building is Rodney Ellis. 
Rodney is in charge of the master calendar and the coordi- 
nation of facilities. He is advisor to the Stetson Union Board 
and assists with all their activities. He also advises Green- 
feather and Parents Weekend committees. Thanks, Rod- 
ney, for being the spirit of Stetson! 



Closing 175 




La Societe 
Fran^ise 

La Societe Francaise is a cultural organization 
which helps increase knowledge of the French life- 
style on Stetson's campus. 



A few members pose while looking for a cultural experience. 



I, 



ntemational 



p, 



rograms 




The Office of International Exchange and Off- 
Campus Programs serves many purposes. The 
Office evaluates all international student applica- 
tions, deals with their joys and problems and the 
FHouse serves as the center for their life on cam- 
pus. 



The staff also processes all applica- 
tions for students wishing to study 
abroad in one of Stetson's three 
study centers (Dijon, France; Madrid, 
Spain; Freiburg, West Germany), or in 
other approved foreign study pro- 
grams. It also processes all off-cam- 
pus Winter Term Trips. Finally, this of- 
fice is a place for friendly and warm 
conversation with Mrs. Grace La- 
sorsa. Dr. Elsie Minter and Dr. Richard 
Ferland. 



176 Closing 



We Are . . . 




Photographers 

The Yearbook photographer 
staff this year was comprised of 
a group of hardworking individ- 
uals. Each photographer has a 
very wide range of interests 
from wrestling to religion. We 
would like to thank these guys 
for all their talent and the hard 
work they put forth to make this 
yearbook special. Thanks, Su- 



''hey are (clockwise) Mike Whitehead, Karen Haas, Michael Ely, Anne Hall, Tracy Hebert, Susan Poindexter (Photo 
■ditor) and Stephen McDaniel. Not pictured: Liz Bermant and Mike Harris. 



The Yearbook Staff! 




This year's staff was a busy one. 
Although each member was active 
in many other organizations, they 
still made time for the yearbook. 
Quality was a must as well as the 
party after it was all over. Thank 
you all for your help and dedica- 
tion. 



fere are Creg Doescher, Business Manager; Caroline Seymour; Chrissie Bastone, Copy Editor; Carol Duncil; Debbie 
>onovan. Student Life Editor; Sylvia Redwine, Typist, and Tambre Ware, Editor Not shown: Mike Harris, Sports 
ditor; Carson Baker, Nini Kaczynski, and Mike Whiteside. 



Qosing 177 



SENIOR INDEX 



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Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Standards 

Chairman 3; House Chairman 2; Stetson 

Marketing 3, 4; Newsletter Chairman 3; 

Policy Chairman 4; Phi Chi Theta 2, 3, 4; 

Focus Advisor 4. 

ADAMS, HOPE 
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Miami, FL 33165 
Political Science 

AHRENS, DON 
3675 Royal Oak Drive 
Titusville, FL 32780 
Finance 

ANDERSON, DAWN MARIE 
220 Kerry Hills Lane 
Spring Hill, FL 33526 
Music Education 

ANDERSON, EDIE 
13 Forest Pines Drive 
Statesboro, GA 30458 
Accounting 

ANKERMAN, ANGIE K. 

3050 N.E. 46th Street 

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 3308 

305/491-6941 

History 

Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu 1,2, 3, 4; 

Secretary 2, 3. 

ARAND, AMBER L. 

Wellington, FL 

305/798-5939 

Sociology/French 

Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister, 2, 3, 4; 1 984- 

85 Study Abroad Dijon, France 

ARNHEIM, TIMOTHY R. 
5765 Arvine Circle 
Fort Myers, FL 33907 
American Studies 
Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 

AUSTIN, CAROL ANN 
P.O. Box 1053 
Belle Glade, FL 33430 
Psychology 

BAILEY, SHERRILLE DIANE 
600 N. Salisbury Avenue 
Deland, FL 32720 
904/736-3405 
Political Science 

Phi Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Alumni Secretary 1, 2; 
Social Service Co-Chairman 3, 4; Model 
Senate 1. 2, 4; Handbook Chairman 1; 
Corresponding Secretary 4; Stetson 
Union, Secretary 2; First Runner-Up Miss 
Greenfeather 3; Phi Sigma Kappa Little 
Sister 3, 4; Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Hon- 
orary 3, 4; Winter Term Committee 2. 



BARNHILL, BRAD 
485 N. Spanish Trail 
Boca Raton, FL 33432 
Computer Science 

BARRICK, CHRISTOPHER ADAM 
PO. Box 4259 
Ocala, FL 32678 
Economics/Finance 

Honors Progam 2, 3, 4; Marketing Associ- 
ation 3, 4; Student Advisor 3. 

BARTELS, JOHN ROBERT 
801 Spruce Street 
Englevirood, FL 33533 
813/474-2951 
Psychology 

BASCOM, MICHELLE M. 

612V2 W. Indiana Avenue 

Deland, FL 32720 

904/736-1268 

General Business 

Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 1 , 2; Publicity 

Chairman-Conrad 3; Staff Assistant 3. 

BASTA, JANIS 
107 Briarwood Drive 
Simpsonville, SO 29681 
Accounting 

BAYNE, STEPHENIE, DALE 
1326 Southglen Lane 
Lakeland, FL 33803 
813/646-8805 

Bachelor of Music — Performance 
Orchestra 4; Wind Ensemble 3; Brass En- 
sembles; Year Abroad 

BLACK, CRYSTAL LEE 

1258 Forest Lake Drive W. 

Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 

305/862-1737 

Music Education/Speech & Theatre 

MENC 1,2,3, 4; Secretary/Treasurer 3; 

Concert Choir 3. 4, 5; Theatre 5. 

BLACK, KAREN MARIE 

3130 N.W. 9th Place 

Gainesville, FL 32604 

904/378-5552 

Accounting 

Phi Mu 2, 3, 4; Phi Chi Theta 2, 3, 4. 

BLAND, JUDI E. 
4139 S. Atlantic Avenue #806 
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32069 
904/423-2760 
Marketing 

Pi Beta PHI 2, 3, 4; Rho Chi 3; Panhellenic 
Treasurer 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi Little Sis- 
ter 3, 4. 

BLISS CHARLESALAN JR. 

P.O. Box 1552 

Ormond Beach, FL 32075 

904/672-9812 

Psychology 

Psi Chi 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Psychology's 

Outstanding Senior 4; Peer Tutoring 4. 

BOONE, MARYCATHERINE D. 

2672 Stanislaus Circle 

Macon, GA 31204 

912/746-1895 

History/Psychology 

Alpha Xi Delta 1,2,3, 4; Quill Chairman 2; 

Social 4; Journal 4; Pi Kappa Alpha Little 

Sister 2, 3, 4. 



BOSE, ALICE-MARGARET 
1000 Oak Avenue 
Sanford, FL 32771 
305/322-2125 
Music Education/Voice 
Concert Choir 3, 4; MENC 3, 4; Wind En- 
semble 3; Music Advisory Council 4; Mu- 
sic Education Representative 4. 

BOWLING, CAROL LYNNE 
1106 Timber Lane 
Jacksonville, FL 32211 
904/724-6261 
Marketing 

Alpha Chi Omega 1, 2; Corresponding 
Secretary 3; Historian 4; Stetson Market- 
ing Association 3, 4; Resident Advisor 2, 
3; Baseball Bat Girl 2; Soccerette 2, 3; 
Dean's List 3, 4. 



BROWN, KEVIN EMORY 
Rt. 2 Box 770 Glen Street 

Mary, FL 

904/259-2754 

Chemistry 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; American 

Chemistry Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BUMP GERALD 
North Main Street 
Ivoryton, CT 06442 
Marketing 

BURNICK, MIKE 

338 Markley Court 

Indian Harbor Beach, FL 32937 

Finance/Management 

BURNS, JAMES PATRICK 
4920 Taylor Street 
Hollywood, FL 33021 
305/966-6648 

Computer Science/Business 
Stetson Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Wind 
Ensemble 1, 2; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Delta 
Sigma Phi 1,2,3, 4; Engineered Leader- 
ship Director 

CACCI, RALPH AUGUSTINE 

258-B Seabreeze Court 

N. Wildwood N.J. 08260 

609/729-2482 

History 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 1,2,3, 4; Order 

of Omega 3, 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4; Omi- 

cron Delta Kappa 4. 

CAGLIANONE, JEFF ALAN 
6770 SW. 10th Street 
Pembroke Pines, FL 33023 
305/989-1719 
American Studies 

Assistant Softball Coach Varsity 3; Year- 
book Photographer 3; Staff Assistant 3, 



CARLSTEDT JAMES L. 
3103 Samara Drive 
Tampa, FL 33618 
Accounting 



CARLTON, MARY LISA 
Rt. 2 Box 710 
Arcadia, FL 33821 
813/322-1135 
Sociology 

Student Government 1, 3, 4; Alpha Chi 
Omega 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sis- 
ter 2, 3, 4; Jr. Panhellenic Rep. 3; Social 
Chairman 3. 



CARPENTER, KIMBERLY LYNN 
8720 Chathan Street 
Ft. Myers, FL 33907 
813/936-6065 
Speech 

Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Membership 
Chairman 3; President 4; Forensic Team 
3, 4; Rho Lambda 4; Softball Team 3, 4; 
WSTN radio 1 ; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Can- 
terbury House 1 , 2; Bat Girl 1,2,3; Mortar 
Board Honor Society 3, 4. 



CARPER. MARK ALAN 
P.O. Box 307 

DeLeon Springs, FL 32028 
904/985-4896 
General Business 

Pi Kappa Alpha 1,2,3, 4; Focus Co-Chair- 
man 4; Phi Chi Theta 3, 4; Winnie C. Tan- 
ner Scholarship 4; Homecoming Commit- 
tee Chairman 3. 



CASON, ROXANNE 
29820 SW. 153rd Place 
Homestead, FL 33033 
Marketing 



CHESAK, RANDY PAUL 
2001 Round Lake Road 
Mt. Dora, FL 32757 
305/383-7383 
Finance 

Delta Sigma Phi, President 3; IFC, Trea- 
surer 2, 3. 



CHESSER, MAE ELIZABETH 
706 E. Margurite Street 
Perry, FL 32347 
904/584-6726 
Fiance 

Delta Delta Delta 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 
Chairman 3; Rush Chairman 4; Hatter 
Connection 2, 3, 4; Mortar Board 3, 4; 
President 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4; 
BACCHUS 3, 4; Public Relations Officer 
4; Phi Chi Theta 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; 
1985 Stetson Homecoming Hostess 3; 
Focus Advisor 3; Phi Alpha Delta 4; Rho 
Lambda 4; Staff Assistant 2; Hatter Year- 
book Staff 2; 1986 Homecoming Hostess 
4; Homecoming and Parent's Weekend 
Committee Chairman 2, 3. 



CHRIST, DEBORAH ANN 

1506 Cardinal Street 

Longwood, FL 32750 

305/339-3906 

Elementary Education/Psychology 

Honor Roll 1 , 2; President's List 2; Dean's 

List 1, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Vice Chairman 

SUB 3; Chairman 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 

Historian 4; Senage Page 3. 



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CLARK, CHARLES DOUGLAS 
1518 South Mills Road 
Orlando, FL 32806 
305/898-6575 
Chemistory/History 

Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Officer; American 
Chemical Society, Treasurer 3. 4; Presi- 
dent Judo Club 3, 4; Artist and Lectures 
Committee 

CLARK, SUSAN CATHERINE 

15602 81st Terrace N. 

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 

305/747-7461 

Accounting 

Honors Program 1, 2, 3, 4; Focus 3, 4; 

Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister 2. 3, 4; Phi 

Eta Sigma 1 ; f^ortor Board 4; Treasurer 4; 

Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4; Accounting Club 

3, 4; Hatter Connection 3, 4; SUB Films 

Committee 2, 3, 4; Chairman 4. 

CLEMONS, SHELBY 
520 West demons Road 
Brandon, FL 33511 

CONERLY, CYNTHIA FAYE 
114 Oak Forest Drive 
Wauchula, FL 33873 
813/773-6309 

Bachelor of Music/Voice Performance 
Chapel Choir 1,2,3, 4; Concert Choir 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1 ; Music School Fresh- 
man of The Year; Phi Kappa Lamda 3, 4; 
Stetson Opera Theatre 3, 4. 

COPE, DAVID BLAINE 
11836 Farmland Drive 
Rockville, MD 20852 
301/881-1961 

Sports Administration/Business 
Pi Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Trea- 
surer 3; Vice President 3; IFC 3, 4; Rush 
Chairman 3; JIFC Social Chairman 1; IFC 
By-Law/s Committee 4; Varsity Volleyball 
1 ; Parents's Weekend Committee 2. 

CORY TUCKER PAUL 

1111 Fairview/ Ln 

Singer Island, FL 33404 

305/845-7252 

Management 

Phi Chi Theta, Historian 2, 3, 4. 

COSTA, KATHLEEN A. 
10 Juniper Drive 
Ormond Beach, FL 32074 
904/441-4789 
Accounting 

Phi Mu 1 , 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; Assistant 
Treasurer Accounting Club 3, 4; Stetson 
Marketing Associatin 2, 3, 4; Phi Chi The- 
ta 2; University Orchestra 1,2,3, 4; Music 
Scholarship; Rho Chi 4. 

COUSINS, CATHERINE LEE 
1207 N. Amelia Avenue 
DeUand, FL 32724 
904/734-1544 
Psychology 
Psi Chi 4. 

COVONE, CHRISTOPHER THOMAS 
5530 W. 12th Avenue 
Hialeah, FL 33012 
305/823-2708 
Relgion/Philosophy 

Soccer Team 1,2,4; Religious Life Coun- 
cil 4; Stetson Coalition For Social Re- 
sponsibility 4. 

COLE, RON 

400 Canterbury Lane 

Wykoff, NJ 07481 

History 



CREA, THERESA MARIE 
11410 NW 41st Street 
Coral Springs, FL 33065 
305/753-4814 
Accounting 

Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 3, 4; Alumnae Relations 
Chairman 2, 3; Delta Sigma Phi Little Sis- 
ter ,2 3, 4. 



CREECH, JOANNE MINAKO 

220 Strawberry Lane 

Daytona Beach, FL 32017 

904/255-1005 

Biology/Pre-Med 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister 3, 4; Beta 

Beta Beta 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Gamma 

Sigma Epsilon 3,4; Treasurer 4; American 

Chemical Society 3, 4; President 4; SGA 

Selections Committee 2. 



CROUSE, GREGORY MITCELL 
693 West Avenue 
Naples, FL 33963 
813/597-5153 
Church Music 

Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, 5; Chapel Choir 2, 3, 
4, 5; Opera Workshp 1, 3, 4, 5; Music 
School Student Advisory Council Secre- 
tary 5. 

CRUM, CINDA 
545 W. University 
Deland, FL 32720 
Psychology 

CRUTCHFIELD, AMY ELIZABETH 

2620 Eastill Drive 

Jacksonville, FL 32211 

744-4287 

Music Education 

Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Concert 

Choir; Dean's List 3. 



CUBBEDGE, MARY MICHELLE 

12830 Pinecrest Avenue 

Daytona Beach, FL 32014 

904/252-0637 

Speech/Drama/Sociology 

Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Delta President 

4; Omicron Delta Kappa; Mortor Board 

Publicity Officer 4; SGA Senator 2, 3, 4; 

WSTN Dis Jockey 1, 2; Focus Advisor 3; 

Resident Advisor 4; Forensics Team 2, 3, 

4. 

CUDDY KEITH RAYMOND 
PO. Box 1208 
Mattituck, N.Y 
516/298-8452 
Political Science 

DALY INGRID CAROLINE 
13 Hildebrandt Street 
St. Nicolas, Aruba, N.A. 
599/8-45674 
Accounting 

DAVIS, JOHN PAUL ill 
14820 Miami Lakeway South 
Miami Lakes, FL 33014 
305/557-8264 
Music 

Alpha Tau Omega 1,2,3, 4; Pledge Edu- 
cator 2, Social Service Officer 3; Concert 
Choir 2, 3; Chapel Choir 2,4; Honor Roll 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Winter Term Planning Committee 
3; Ministerial Association 1. 



DEBARO, KIMBERLY 
171 Finder Avenue 
Bridgewater, NJ 08807 
Finance 



DENNIS, PAMELA ELAINE 
1904 Little Core 
Tampa, FL 33612 
813/961-7178 
History 

Alpha Xi Delta 1,2,3, 4; Recording Secre- 
tary 3; Vice President 4; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Little Sister 1, 2, 3, 4; Dream Girl 3; Rho 
Lambda 4. 

DeSANTIS, TIMOTHY QUINN 
240 Otis Road 
North Port, FL 33596 
813/426-2890 
Biology/Chemistry 

Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Resident Advi- 
sor 3; Focus Advisor 2, 4; Judicial Council 
3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4; Gamma Sig- 
ma 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4; Phi Eta 
Sigma 1; Green Circle 2; Mortor Board 4; 
Homecoming Committee Chairman 2, 3; 
Parent's Weekend Committee Chairman 
3; Student Athletic Trainer 2; Hatter Staff 
1; Cafeteria Student Manager 4; SGA 
Senator 2, 3; SGA Cabinet 2; Catholic 
Campus Ministry 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DIAMANTINI, ANNUNZIATA NANCY 
6 Pasture Drive 
Brookfield, CT 06805 
203/775-4294 
Management/French 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 
Chairman 2; Staff Assistant 1,2; Stetson 
Marketing Association 2; Student Cafete- 
ria Manager 2, 3, 4; Study Abroad, France 
3; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister 4. 

DIAZ, ALFREDO J. 

2531 SW 124th Avenue 

Miami, FL 33175 

305/553-2692 

General Business Administration 

Varsity Baseball 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4. 

DOBSON, ELAINE 
1525 W. Beresford Road 
Deland, FL 32720 
Elementary Education 

DOESCHER, GREG 
2718 North Canal Drive 
Lakeland, FL 33801 
General Business 

DUNCAN, NEAL ARNOLD 
7724 Jaguar Drive 
Jacksonville, FL 32244 
904/771-6910 
Psychology 

Baptist Campus Ministry 2, 3, 4; BCM Di- 
rector of Outreach 3; BCM "Director of 
Worship 4. 

EBENGER, JOHN GEORGE 
4386 Jib Boom Circle Apt. 4D 
Ft. Myers, FL 33907 
813/433-1844 
Accounting 

ELLIS, JAMES EDWARD 
Rt 1 , Box 250 
Auburndale, FL 33823 
813/956-1412 
English 

Alpha Tau Omega 1 , 2, 3, 4; Worthy Senti- 
nel 1, 2; Judicial Council 3; Rifle Team 1; 
Honors Program 1,2,3, 4; Sigma Tau Del- 
ta 3, 4; Mortar Board 3, 4; BCM 3, 4; Out- 
door Club 4. 

ELU, MICHNEL WAYNE 

7848 Winter Song Road 

Orlando, FL 32817 

305/281-0986 

Religion/Spanish 

Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; IFC 

Rep. 4; Ministerial Assoc. 2. 



EMCH, GREGG 

Rt. 4 Box 645 Black Ironwood Dr. 

Deland, FL 32724 

Accounting 

EPTING, WILLIAM E. 

2579 Pineridge Road 

Jacksonville, FL 32207 

904/399-5655 

Mathematics 

Sigma U 1 , 2, 3, 4; Stetson Security Guard 

2, 3, 4; Assistant Director of Security 4; 

House Father 4; SGA Senator 4; Pledge 

Class President 1. 

ERIKSON, LINDA L. 
2646 Martin Avenue 
Lakeland, FL 33803 
813/683-2346 
Elementary Education 
BACCHUS 2, 3, 4; Wrestlerette 3, 4: Co- 
Captain 4; Circle K 4; University Chorus 1 , 
2; SUB Concert Committee 2, 3. 

EVANS, ALISON ELIZABETH 

8571 Soundings Place 

Hobe Sound, FL 33455 

305/546-2832 

Sociology/Business 

Women's Volleyball Team 1; Intramurals 

2, 3, 4; Supervisor 4; Phi Mu 2, 3, 4; BAC- 
CHUS 2, 3, 4; President 3; Resident Advi- 
sor 2; Head Resident 4; Delta Tau Kappa 

3, 4; President 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 
4; Mortar Board 3, 4; Judiciary Council 3, 



EVANS, JENNIFER LEE 
275 E. Stetson Avenue #9 
Deland, FL 32724 
904/738-5435 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 3; Chaplain 1. 

EVERETT, MARY ELIZABETH 

4027 Corrientes 

Jacksonville, FL 

904/733-0248 

Accounting 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1 , 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman 

3. 

FABER, MARK HAMILTON 
904 Putchana Place 
Mauette, GA 30067 
404/565-8386 
Mathematics 

Orchestra 1 , 2; String Ensemble 1 , 2; Sig- 
ma Nu 1 , 2, 3, 4; Sentiner 3; Rush Chair- 
man 4; Wrestling 1; Security Guard 3; 
Cheerleader 2, 3. 

FARRELL, JOSEPH S. 
109 Oakland Hills Dhve 
Naples, FL 
813/775-0676 
Marketing/Management 
Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Inducter 3; 
A.C. Griffen Membership Charter award 
3; Phi Chi Theta 2, 3, 4; Efficiency Chair- 
man 2; CCM House Council 1, 2, 3. 

FAULKNER, RICHARD ALAN JR. 

504 Lisa Lane 

Maitland, FL 32751 

305/834-5830 

Accounting 

Delta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Zeta Man 2, 3, 4; 

Focus Advisor 2, 3; SUB 2; ROTC 1,2,3, 

4; Scabbard & Blade 3, 4. 

FEDELE, DAYNA 
900 NE Town Terrace 
Jensen Beach, FL 33457 
305/334-8511 
General Business 



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FELDMAN. KEITH R. 
8337 NW 80th Place 
Tamarac, FL 33221 
305/726-0183 
Marketing 

Delta Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
Stetson Marketing Assocation 2, 3, 4; V.P. 
2. 3; President 4; IFC 2, 3, 4; V.P 3, Presi- 
dent 4; SUB 4; BACCHUS 3, 4. 



FENNELL, RONALD DEAN 

4731 Square Lake Drive 

Lake Park, FL 33410 

305/622-4757 

Fianance 

Pi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; SGA 3; SUB 4; Phi 

Chi Theta 3, 4; Stetson Outdoor Club; 

Greek Bible Study 2, 3, 4. 



FERBER, KARENSUE 
951 McLean Street 
Dunedin, FL 33528 
813/733-2930 
General Business/Pre-Law 
Phi Chi Theta 2, 3, 4; Public Relations 3; 
President 4; Phi Alpha Delta 3, 4; Home- 
coming Committee 3, 4; Student Advisory 
Board For Business School 3. 



FESSLER, CHRISTINE ANNE 

600 Quail Ave. 

Miami Springs, FL 33166 

305/885-1779 

Mathematics 

Phi Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Treasurer 2; 

Treasurer 3; ACM 3, 4; Treasurer 4, Deans 

List 1, 2, 3, 4; Presidents Scholarships 3; 

CCM 1, 2, 3, 4. 



FEUS, MARGARET IMELDA 
438 West Gate Dr. 
Venice, FL 33595 
813/488-6042 

French/lnternatinal Relations 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Little Sister 1 , 2, 3, 4; Study Abroad Pro- 
gram 3. 



FIELD, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH 

11528 NW 1st St. 

Plantation, FL 33325 

305/475-9652 

Theatre 

Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4. 



FIGUEIRAS, MARIA D. 
933 SE 2nd St. 
Belle Glade, FL 33430 
305/996-9655 

Management/Psychology — Spanish 
Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3, 4; Purchase 
Fund Officer 3, President 4; Alpha Kappa 
Psi 3, 4; Resident Advisor 2, 3; Mortar 
Board 3, 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4; 
Rho Lambda 2, 3. 



FINTON, KELLY S. 
C807 Royale Towers 
1840 N. Atlantic Ave. 
Cocoa Bch., FL 32931 
305/783-8147 
Psychology 

Resident Advisor 3, 4; BCM 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Greek Bible Study 1 , 2, 3, 4; Omicron Del- 
ta Kappa Vice President 3, 4; Stetson 
Outdoors Club 2, 3, 4; Psi Chi. 



FLOOD, ELEANOR 
Star Rt. #1 Box 103 
Cresdent City, FL 32012 
Humanities 



FORBES, CORNELIA ELISABETH 
935 Pirate Cove Ln 
Vero Beach, FL 32963 
305/231-2275 
Accounting 

Alpha Chi Omega 1,2,3, 4; Jr. Panhellenic 
1; Panhellenic 2, 3; Basketball Press-aid 
1, 2, 3, 4; Staff Assistant 1, 2; Resident 
Advisor 3; Greek Weekend Chairman 3; 
BACCHUS 2, 3, 4; Treasurers; Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Accountan- 
cy Club 3, 4; Business School Represen- 
tative for Student Affairs Committee 4; 
Chaired Various Committees for Home- 
coming, Greek Weekend, Parent's Week- 
end, and Residential Life. 

FOSKETT, THOMAS ROBERT 

214 Pampas Grass Ct. W. 

Lake Mary, FL 32746 

305/321-5061 

Accounting 

President Alpha Tau Omega 4; WSTN 

Disc Jockey 2; Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4; 

Order of Omega 4; IFC 3; Transfer from U. 

of Wisconsin 2. 

FRANKLIN, ELIZABETH MICHELE 
1229 SE 11th St 
Ocala, FL 32671 
904/732-3571 
Psychology 

Dean's List 3, 4; Jr. Panhellenic 3; Panhel- 
lenic Social Chairman 4; Zeta Tau Apha 3, 
4; Kappa Delta Pi Corresponding Secre- 
tary 3, 4; Psi Chi 4. 

ERASER, JANET FRANCES 

Rt. 1 Box 197 

Flagler Beach, FL 32036 

904/439-2287 

Finance 

Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Little Sister 2, 3, 4 

FRUSH III, LEON EDGAR 

1301 Dixie Lee Ln. 

Sarasota, FL 33581 

813/924-6409 

Fiannce 

Lambda Chi Alpha Treasurer 3, 4. 

FULTON, SUSAN CARMICHAEL 

Rt 14 Box 75-24 

Sarasota, FL 

813/922-3241 

Psychology 

Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Tau 

Omega Little Sister 3, 4; Resident Advisor 

4; Catholic Campus Ministry 1, 2. 

GALL, KATHRYN 
7537 Ridgewood Ln 
Burr Ridge, IL 30525 
English/French 

GARCIA, OVETTE ROSA 

11953 Orange Grove Blvd. 

Royal Palm Bch., FL 33411 

305/798-3564 

Piano Performance 

MENC President 4; Advisory Council 4. 

GARVEY, SHERYL ANNE 

320 Signorelli Dr. 

Nokomis, FL 33555 

813/966-5949 

History/Psychology 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1,2,3, 4; Phi Alpha Theta 

3, 4; Honor Roll; Dean's List. 

GATES, GREGORY SLADE 
518 N. Delaware Ave 
DeLand, FL 32720 
904/738-2123 
Finance/Computer Science 
OSBI 3, 4; Newspaper 1; Yearbook 1; 
WSTN Disc Jockey 1 , 2; Stetson Taek- 
wondo Blub President 3, 4; Stetson Pho- 
tographer Editor 1. 



GOY, RICHARD TODD 

3605 Newcastle Creek Dr. 

Jacksonville, FL 32211 

904/744-2278 

Psychology 

Psi Chi 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4. 

GEGERSON, SHARI BETH 
3900 NW 106 Dr. 
Coral Springs, FL 33065 
305/752-4688 
Psychology 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1,2,3, 4; Pledge Commit- 
tee 3; Activities Chairman 4; Focus 3, 4; 
Advisor 3; Co-chairman 4; SGA 2, 3; Sen- 
ator 2; Secretary 3; Greenfeather 3, 4; Mr. 
Beauty Co-chairman 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 

2, 3; Pre-health Professional 1 , 2; Confer- 
ence RA 3. 

GEIGER, LISA MARIE 
2831 NE 21 Ct 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33305 
305/563-9477 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 1 , 2, 3, 4; President 4; VP Mor- 
al Advancement 3; Alpha Tau Omega Lit- 
tle Sister 1, 2, 3, 4; Rho Lambda 3, 4; 
Honor Roll 3, 4; Greek Week Movie Night 
Co-Chairman 2, 3. 

GETTINGS, LISA L. 
1319 Fairlee St. 
Lakeland, FL 33803 
813/646-6991 
Accounting 

Focus 3, 4; Focus Training Co-Chairman 
4; Phi Chi Theta 3, 4; Secretary 4; Aca- 
demic Advising Committee 3; Accountan- 
cy Club 3, 4. 

GIBSON, KAREN ELIZABETH 

Rt 1 Box 1013 

McAlpin, FL 32062 

904/362-5945 

Chruch Music — Organ 

Advisory Council 2, 3; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 

3, 4; Concert Choir 2, 3. 

GLUM, STEPHEN E. 
240 Marco Way S. 
Satellite Bch, FL 32937 
305/777-2720 
Marketing 

Pi Kappa Alpha 1,2,3, 4; Student Govern- 
ment 3. 

GRADDY WILIAM L. 
6105 W. Riverside Dr. 
Ft. Myers, FL 33907 
813/936-3944 
Accounting 

Pi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zi Delta Big Brother, 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Greek Bible Study Co-Leader, Tail Ac- 
counting Award Winner; Heath Scholar- 
ship; Accounting Club. 

GRAHAM, EDWARD KENNETH 
Rt. 1 Box 66 
Winter Park, FL 32792 
305/657-6059 
Accounting 

Alpha Tau Omega 1,2,3, 4; Charter Mem- 
ber 1 ; Social Service Coordinator 2; Trea- 
surer 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4; IFC 
Representative 2, 3; IFC Secretary 3, 4; 
Order of Omega 3, 4; WSTN 1 , 2; Stetson 
Unoin Board Films Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Greenfeather Co-Chairman 4; Reporter 
Staff 4; Accountancy Club 3, 4. 

GRIFFIN, LESLIE 

71 1 E. Pennsylvania Ave. 

DeLand, FL 32720 

Psychology 



GUILIANO, LAURA JEAN 

351 1 Woodmont Dr. 

Sarasota, FL 33582 

813/377-3287 

Computer Science 

Phi Mu 2, 3, 4; Public Relations 3, 4; ACM 

3, 4; Vice Chairman 4; CCM 3, 4. 

HAAS, KAREN 

1703 Old Daytona Rd. 

DeLand, FL 32724 

904/736-1852 

Humanities 

HASTINGS, LORI LEE 

1237 Fox Fire Tr. 

Apopka, FL 32703 

305/889-2060 

Psychology 

Stetson Reporter Associate Editor 1; 

Managing Editor 2; Editors, 4; Publication 

Board 3, 4; Sigma Pi Kappa President 4; 

Hatter 3; Psi Chi 3, 4. 

HAUN, NICKI 

1743 N.E. 28th St 

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334 

HEDE, KARYN LESLIE 
8531 SE Driftwood St 
Hobe Sound, FL 33455 
305/546-3031 
Biology 

Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer 4; Beta Beta Beta 1 , 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President 4 Honor's Program 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Outstanding Junior 3; Gamma Sigma Ep- 
silon 3, 4; Chemistry Magic Show 3, 4; 
Student Union Board Rep. at Large 2; 
Presidential Scholar 2, 3; Parent's Week- 
end Registration Co-chairman 4; Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4. 

HILL, PARRISH LEE 

1550 High St 

Ft. Myers, FL 

813/332-4794 

Speech — Theatre/Sociology 

Phi Kappa Delta Honorary 2, 3, 4; Foren- 

sics Team 2, 3, 4; Stetson Afro American 

Society 1 , 2; WSTN Disc Jockey 2, 3, 4; 

Black Heritage Chairman 3. 

HILL, WILLIAM 
7511 Oak Vista Cir 
Tampa, FL 
History 

HINES, MARY 
1204 Racine Rd 
Orange City, FL 32763 
Physics 

HINMAN, GREG L 

4221 SW 4th St 

Deerfield Beach, FL 33321 

305/429-0658 

Marketing 

Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Men's Basketball 1, 

2, 3, 4. 

HOGG, JENNIFER ANN 
454 Golfview Dr 
Naples, FL 33942 
813/597-7739 
Marketing 

Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 3, 4; President Pledge 
Class 2; Fraternity Ed 3; Secrtary 4; Stet- 
son Marketing Assoc. 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 
Rho Chi 4; Focus Advisor 3; E.G. Furlong 
Scholaship 3; Rho Lambda 4; Dean's List 
3; Order of Small Business Institute 4; 
Greek Weekend 3; Greenfeather 2, 3; Par- 
ent's Weekend 3. 



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HOLLAND, GARY L. 
65 E. Nasa Blvd. 
Melbourne, FL 32901 
305/724-1226 
History 

HOWARD, LYNN RACHEL 
40 Pine Valley Cir 
Ormond Beach, FL 32074 
904/672-3886 
Mathematics 

Association for Computing Machinery 2, 
3; Soccer Club 1; Computer Lab Assis- 
tant 2, 3. 

HUDDLESTON, ANNA LUCILE 

1500 Galleon Dr. 

Naples, FL 33940 

Elementary Education/Early Childhood 

Foreign Language Club 1, 2; Student 

Union Board 1,2,3; Florida Association of 

Teacher Educators 3, 4. 

JEFFRIES, BARBARA JOAN 

5101 SW 6th Ct. 

Margate, FL 33068 

305/974-2983 

Psychology 

Phi Sigma Kappa Little Sister 3, 4; Wrest- 

lerette Co-Captain 3, 4. 

JENKINS JR., ROBERT LYNN 

6136 Rose Terr. 

Plantation, FL 33317 

305/581-6684 

History 

Delta Sigma Phi 1 , 2, 3, 4; Phi Alpha Theta 

3, 4; Big Dipper 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 3, 

4. 

JETER, SANDRA 
319 Adams Dr 
Crestview, FL 32536 
904/682-2617 
Mathematics 

Alpha Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; House Man- 
ager 2; Rush Chairman 4; BACCHUS 1 , 2. 

JOHNSON, ANGELA M. 
Box 328 Mandevllle 
Jamaica, W.I. 
Business Administration 

JOHNSON, MICHELLE SAWN 

12622 Remler Dr. W. 

Jacksonville, FL 32223 

904/268-2239 

English 

Alpha Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 

Chairman 2; Rush Chairman 3; Sigma Tau 

Delta 3, 4; Basketball Press Aide 1 , 2, 3, 4; 

Rho Lambda 3, 4. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT EVANS 
1144 Gulf Shore Blvd. 8. 
Naples, FL 33940 
813/262-4416 
Marketing/Management 
Pi Kappa Alpha 1,2,3, 4; Stetson Judicial 
Council 1 , 2, 3, 4; Stetson Marketing As- 
sociation 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 
Rep. 2, 3; Student Government Associ- 
ation Elections Committee 1; Parents 
Weekend Treasurer 3. 

KETTERING, MICHAEL S. 

1893 Ocala Rd. 

Juno Beach, FL 33408 

305/626-4505 

General Business 

Deans List 2. 

KIMMELL, KRISTEN 
501 Langholm Dr. 
Winter Park, FL 32789 
Marketing 



KING, MARIANNE REBECCA 

2720 Old Monticello Rd. 

Thomasville. GA 31792 

912/226-6650 

History 

Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Corresponding 

Secretary 4; Sigma Nu Little Sister 1,2,3, 

4; Rho Chi 4; Rho Lambda 4. 



KINSTON, KRISTEL MARGARET 

26039 Leyte Ct. 

Punta Gorda, FL 33950 

813/629-2217 

Computer Science 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister 2, 3, 4; 

ACM 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Intramurals Rep 

Chaudoin 1 ; Intramurals Rep Heart's Club 

2; Catholic Campus Ministry 4. 



KRUELLE, MARLENE KAYE 
12709 Deep Spring Dr. 
Potomac, MD 20854 
301/340-2597 
Marketing/Management 
Alpha Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; American 
Marketing Association 2, 3, 4; Green- 
feather Publicity Committee 1 , 2, 3; Pub- 
licity Chairman 4; Homecoming King & 
Queen Committee 1 , 2; SGA Publicity 1 . 



LAMBRIGHT, CARRIE LOUISE 
PO Box 734 
Macclenny, FL 32063 
904/259-6421 
Psychology 

Kappa Delta Pi 4; Baptist Campus Minis- 
try 3, 4. 



LANDERS, MAURA THOMAS 

7 Perryridge Rd. 

Greenwich, CT 06830 

203/661-1354 

Political Science/Spanish 

Alpha Xi Delta 1,2,3, 4; Sigma Nu Little 

Sister 1,2,3, 4; Phi Alpha Delta 4; College 

Republicans 2. 



LANGSTON, DIANA KAY 

220 S. Bay St, 

Eustis, FL 32726 

904/357-4474 

English 

Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3, 4; Recording Secretary 

4; Historian 3, 4; Theta Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4; 

Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4. 



LeFILS, TERESA ADUREY 

846 NE 31st St. 

Ocala, FL 

Elementary Education 

Little Hatter Mascot 4; Kappa Delta Pi 

President 4; J.B. Hobbs award. 



LENOX, DANA LOUISE 

2940 53rd St. 

Sarasota, FL 33580 

813/351-3286 

Accounting 

Alpha Chi Omega 1,2,3, 4; Treasurer 4; Pi 

Kappa Alpha Little Sister 1 , 2, 3; Tutor for 

Athletic Dept. 2; Deans List 3, 4. 



LINTON, SMITH, CHRISTOPHER 
250 Nieuport Dr. 
Vero Beach, FL 32962 
305/567-7386 
Marketing 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Omega Sweet- 
heart; Stetson Marketing Association. 



LITTLESTONE, JODI LEE 
4370 DeLeon St. 
Ft. Myers, FL 33901 
813/936-3026 
Marketing 

Chaudoin Head Resident 4; Stetson Resi- 
dent Advisor 3; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4; 
Mortar Board 3. 4; Rho Lambda 3, 4; 
Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Fraternity 
Education Chairman 3; Standards Chair- 
man 4; Assistant Marshall 2; Jr. Panhel- 
lenic Officer 1; Panhellenic Officer 2; 
Kappa Alpha Theta 1985 Sister of the 
Year 3; Delta Delta Delta Firecracker 
Award 3; Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 2, 3, 
4; Parent's Weekend Co-Chairman 3; 
Homecoming Publicity Chairman 3; 
Greenfeather Publicly Chairman 3; Greek 
Leadershp Conference Publicity Chair- 
man 3; Alpha Kappa Psi 1,2,3, 4; Master 
of Tiruals 2, 3; Sophomore of the Year 2; 
Pi Kappa Delta 1,2,3, 4; Forensics Team 
1, 2; American Marketing Assoc. 3, 4; 
Stetson Marketing Assoc. 3, 4; Publicity 
Chairman 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
List 3; J. OIlie Edmunds Service Award 3; 
Wheat Scholarship 3, 4; Selby Scholar- 
ship 1; Focus Advisor 2; Hatter Connec- 
tion 2, 3, 4; SGA Senator 1. 

LLOYD, JENNIFER LYNN 
11495 Strickland Rd. 
Roswell, GA 30076 
404/993-1736 

Computer Science/Psychology 
Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; Histo- 
rian 2; Photographer Yearbook 2; Report- 
er Photographer 2; ACM 3, 4; Lab Assis- 
tant 3, 4. 

LOPEZ, NANCY DORIS 
89 S. Atlantic Ave. 
Ormond Beach, FL 32074 
904/677-0123 
Accounting 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1,2,3, 4; President Jr. 
Penhellenic; Pledge of the Year 1 ; Alum- 
nae Relations Chairman 2; MHI 3; Direc- 
tor of Pledge Programming 3; Treasurer 4; 
Colligate Chairman for Zeta Day 4; Judici- 
al Chairman 4; Most Sorority spirit 3; Stu- 
dent Government 1 , 3: Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 
4; Focus Advisor 2, 4; Accountancy Club 
3, 4; Secretary 4; Rho Lambda 4; Judicia- 
ry Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Book Buster Co- 
Chairman 4; Greek Weekend 4. 

LUBACH, BETH ANN 
349 NE 35th St. 
L.H.R, FL 33064 
305/946-9297 
Marketing 

Tri Delta 1,2,3, 4; Stetson Marketing As- 
soc. 3, 4; Vice President Phi Chi Theta 2, 
3; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister 1,2,3, 4; 
Residential Advisor 3, 4; Dean Student 
Advisory Board. 

LUKA, JANINE 
22 Shaw St. 
Garfield, NJ 07026 
Political Science 

MAATTA, DEBORAH LYNN 
172 Yacht Harbor Dr. 
Osprey,FL 22559 
813/966-5544 
Spanish 

Stetson Union Board 1, 2, 4; Residence 
Hall Staff Assistant 2; Phi Eta Sigma 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Green Circle 2; Homecoming 2; Fol- 
lies 1 , 2. 

MADDEN, CHRISSY 
430 McCracken Rd 
Lake Helen, FL 32744 
Elementary Education 



MARSHALL. ELIZABETH ANNETTE 

353 Dorset Dr. 

Cocoa Beach, FL 32931 

305/784-1521 

Accounting 

Alpha Kappa Psi 1,2,3, 4; Accountancy 

Club 3, 4; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister 4; 

Band — Orchestra 1 , 3. 

MARTIN, CHRIS B. 

1800 S. Ocean Blvd. 

602 Hampton Beach Club 

Pompano Beach, FL 33062 

Management 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, 5. 

MARTIN, STACEY RUTH 

1 1 North Richmond Ave 

Lehigh Acres, FL 33936 

813/369-2590 

Finance Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4. 

MAY MARY CATHERINE 
2580 NW 107th Ave 
Coral Springs, FL 33065 
Finance 

MCDANIEL, SUSAN 
15777 Bolesta Rd. N. 118 
Clearwater, FL 33520 
Elementary Education 

MCDONOUGH. MONICA ANNE 

77 Birchwood Dr. 

Portland, ME 04102 

207/773-5713 

Psychology 

MCKINNEY LANCE 
1656 N. Mayfair Rd. 
Ft. Myers, FL 33907 
Finance 

MCMURRY CAROL ELIZABETH 

3934 Alcazar Ave. 

Jacksonville, FL 32207 

904/396-6070 

Economics/Finance 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic 3; 

Rho Chi 3: membership 4; Sigma Nu Little 

Sister 2, 3. 4; Phi Chi Theta 3, 4; Honor 

Roll 1,2,3; Dean's List 3; Rho Lambda 3, 

4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

METCALF MARILYN 
436 Clark St. 
Oviedo, FL 32765 
Sociology 

MICHALE, KRISTEN 

4001 SE 46 St 

Ocala, FL 32671 

904/694-5680 

Accounting 

Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Zeta Tau Alpha 3, 4; 

Accountancy Club 3, 4. 

MIKESELL, DIANE LU 
Box 7296 Stetson Station 
DeLand, FL 32720 
904/734-9964 
Art/French 

Stetson Internatinal Study Abroad Pro- 
gram, Dijon France 3; PI Kappa Phi Little 
Sister. 

MILBERY JACK M. 
714 Tyler St 
Hollywood, FL 33020 
305/921-4708 
Accounting 

3; Chaplain 4; Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4; 
Vice President 4; Bacchus 2, 3, 4; Presi- 
dent 4; Rho Lambda 4; Rho Chi 4. 



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MORRIS, JEFF 
184 Ashmont St 
Portland, ME 04103 
Accounting 



MUELLER, MARCIA E. 

96 Cedar Ln 

Ossining, NY 10562 

914/762-3772 

General Business 

Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4, 5; Sigma Phi Ep- 

silon Heart 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Resident Advisor 

3. 



NAISH, ALEESA J. 

1158 Branchwater Ct 

Dunwoody, GA 30338 

404/394-1872 

Church Music/Instrumental 

Advisory Council 2, 3; Orchestra 1,2,3, 4; 

Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4; Wind Ensemble 1. 

NELSON, KIMBERLY LOUISE 
928 S. Peninsula Dr 
Daytona Beach, FL 32018 
904/252-2667 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Outstanding 
Pledge; PGS; YOLO; Spirit Chairman; 
Courtesy Chairman; Miss Greenfeather 
Representative; Sigma Nu Little Sister 2, 
3, 4; FSLATE 3, 4; Delta Sigma Phi 3, 4; 
Residential Advisor 3; Security 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Be A Friend Program 2; Student Govern- 
ment Association 2; Long Range Planning 
Committee Chairman 2; Staff Advisor 1 . 

MILES, SUSAN R. 
PO Box 368 
Tangerine, FL 32777 
904/383-0246 
Humanities 



MILLER, BRYAN DOUGLAS 
Rd 2 Box 271 A 
McVeyTow/n, PA 17051 
717/899-6888 
Psychology 



MITCHELL, LEVONNE MARIE 
PO Box 677 

Grand Cayman, Cayman Island 
British West Indies 
(94)9-2525 
Biology 

Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Secretary; Beta 
Beta Beta 2, 3; American Chemical Soci- 
ety 3; Bookbuster Tutoring Society 3. 

MIZELL, CHARLES E. 

Box 7212 Stetson Univ. 

DeLand, FL 32720 

904/734-9977 

Marketing 

Pi Kappa Phi 1 , 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 3; Greek 

Bible Study 2, 3, 4, 



MORGAN, GERI LYNN 

17 Orange Ave. 

Rockledge, FL 32955 

305/632-0723 

English 

Phi Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Director; Rho Chi 3; 

Rho Lambda 4; SGA Senator 4. 



NEVERTON, KAREN ELAINE 

Box 251 

Stowe, VT 

Biology/Psychology 

Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4; Student Athletic 

Trainer 2, 3; Chemistry Magic Show/ 3, 4. 



O'CONNOR, DIANE MARIE 

265 Sand Dollar Rd 

Indialantic, FL 32903 

305/773-4578 

Management 

Phi Mu 1, 2. 3, 4; Standards Chairman 3; 

President 4; Softball Team 1, 2; Rho 

Lambda 3, 4; Greenfeather 4; Publicity 

Co-Chairman 4; Resident Advisor 4. 

OLSON, JACQUELINE MARLENE 
226 Riverbeach Dr. 
Ormond Beach, FL 32074 
904/672-5999 
Finance/Spanish 

Alpha Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Brotherhood 
Chairman 1, 2; Circle K 1, 2; Vice Presi- 
dent 1 ; President 2; Phi Mu 1 , 2; Freshman 
Ethics 1 ; Registrar 2; Emily Hall SGA Sen- 
ator; Emily Hall Staff Assistant 2; Bac- 
chus 2; Greek Bible Study 2; Stetson Mar- 
keting Association 3, 4; Spanish Tutor 3; 
Spanish Apprentice Teacher 4; Outstand- 
ing Spanish Student Aw/ard 3; Honor Roll; 
Dean's List. 

OWEN, KEN 

3 Sherwood Rd. NW 

Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548 

904/862-5574 

Finance/Religion 

Baptist Campus Ministry 2, 3, 4. 

PARRY SUE ELLEN 

1 1 30 New Jersey Ave 

Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 

305/862-5445 

History 

Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 3; Hatter Basketball 

Recruiting 3; Greenfeather 2. 

PAVLOS, ELENA ANNE 
2278 Drew Valley Rd. NE 
Atlanta, GA 30319 
404/321-3882 
Music Education 

Lander's Scholar 1 , 2, 3, 4; Honors Pro- 
gram 1 , 2; University Orchestra 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4, 5; Pi Kappa Lambda 
3, 4, 5; Kappa Delta Pi 4, 5; Music School 
Advisory Council 4; SMENC 3, 4, 5; Presi- 
dent 4; Baron String Quartet 4; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties 4; BA Degree Music 4. 

PEKIN, BARY 
1800 NE 114th Apt. 2201 
North Miami, FL 33181 
Computer Science 

PETERSON, PAMELA DENISE 

2027 Skyland Dr. 

Tallahassee, FL 32303 

904/385-0892 

Finance 

Stetson Marketing Association 3, 4; Delta 

Sigma Phi Little Sister 3, 4; Delta Delta 

Delta 1,2,3, 4; Tridelt Correspondent 2; 

Fraternity Educator 3; Executive Vice 

President 4. 

PHILLIPS, KAROL ANN 
777 NE 98 St. 
Miami Shores, FL 33138 
305/754-831 1 
Psychology 

Forensics Team; Pi Kappa Delta Honor- 
ary; Minor role in plays at Stover Theatre, 
Writer on dorm Newspaper; Honor Roll 3; 
Miss Greenfeather Candidate 1; Student 
Union Board Volunteer. 

PICKETT BAYARD LEE 

1438 N. Halifax Dr. 

Daytona Beach, FL 

904/255-4730 

Finance 

Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Stetson Marketing 

Association 4. 



PIPPIN, TIMOTHY WESLEY 
3010 Exposition Ave 
Orlando, FL 32810 
3-5/293-1982 

Baptist Campus Ministry 2, 3, 4; Accoun- 
tancy Club 3, 4; SUB Films Committee 3. 

PITT CAROLYN A. 

"Peace Dale", Chapel Rd 

Paget, Bermuda 

809/296-5337 

Accounting 

Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Accountancy Club 

3, 4; Stetson Marketing Association 4. 

PLUMLEE, SANDRA LYNN 
1537 Oak Ln. 
Clearwater, FL 33546 
813/531-2552 
Psychology 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1 ; Circle K 1 ; Florida Stu- 
dent Leaders Association of Teacher 
Educators 3, 4. 

POIRIER, EDWARD HARVE 
240 S. Holly Ave. 
Orange City, FL 32763 
904/775-8359 
Religion 

PORCH, ANDY 
1430 Suzanne Way 
Longwood, FL 32779 
History 

PRESCOTT TAMARA J. 
61 Harbour Rd. 
Paget, Bermuda 
809-29-60127 
Marketing 

Batgirl 1, 2; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Pledge 
Class Fund-raiser 1 ; Panhellenic Officer 2; 
Dean's List 1, 3; Honors 2; Miss Green- 
feather Representative 2; Miss Hatter Re- 
presentative 2; Academic Excellence 
Chairman 4; V.R of Mental Advancement 
3; Phi Chi Theta 3, 4; Stetson Marketing 
Association 3, 4; Lambda Chi Little Sister 
3, 4; Rho Lambda 4. 

PRICE, MONICA LEIGH 
2402 Cordova Ave 
Vero Beach. FL 32960 
305/569-1180 
Marketing 

Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Pledge Class 
Fuzzy Brother Liason 1; Journal Corre- 
spondent 1 ; Social Chairman 2; Executive 
Committee 2, 3; Panhellenic Representa- 
tive 2, 3; Panhellenic Council 2, 3; Vice 
President 2, 3; Executive Committee 2, 3; 
Judiciary Council Chairman 2, 3; South- 
east Panhellenic Conference Delegate 2; 
Constitution Revision Committee Chair- 
man 2; Jr. Panhellenic Advisor 3; Miss 
Hatter Representative 3; Rho Lambda 3, 
4; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Batgirl 1, 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Honors 
Program 1, 2; Selby Scholar 1; Beta Beta 
Beta 2; Pre Med Club 2; Emily Hall Staff 
Assistant 2; Conrad Hall Resident Advi- 
sor 3; Greek Bible Study 2, 3, 4; Alpha 
Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4; Miss Greenfeather Re- 
presentative 3; Dean's List 3; Honor roll 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Stetson Marketing Association 4. 

PRICE, SCOTT 
221 West Wisconsin 
DeLand, FL 32720 
Marketing 

PRUETT, ANGELA JOYCE 
1200 Corning Ave. NW 
Palm Bay, FL 32907 
Religion 

Baptist Campus Ministry 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5; Min- 
isterial Association 3, 4; Stetson Reporter 
Staff 5. 



QUA, WILLIAM BLAKEMAN 
3915-2 Lander Rd. 
Orange Village, OH 44022 
216/831-5551 

Marketing/Business Computers 
Delta Sigma Phi 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fund-raiser 4; 
Stetson Marketing Association 2, 3, 4; 
Membership Chairman 3; Program Com- 
mittee Chairman 4; Student Union Board 
Representative 4; Young Republicans 3; 
Greek Weekend Publicity Committee 3; 
Party Chairman 3. 



QUACKENBOS, DOUGLAS 
2410 Rosenberry Roadgilbe 
Rtsville, PA 19525 
Foreign Languages 



RAGAN, DAVID M. 

4136 Bayshore Blvd NE 

St. Petersburg, FL 33703 

813/522-7276 

Sociology 

Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3. 4; 

Graduate Counselor 5; Focus Chairman 

4. 



RARER, KATHRYN 
7045 6th Ave S.W. 
Naples, FL 33999 
English 



RAWLINS, AMY LOUISE 
3841 Buttercup Cir, S. 
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 
305/622-4984 
Finance 

Alpha Kappa Psi 1,2,3, 4; Recording Sec- 
retary 2, 3; Resident Advisor 4. 



REINHOLD, TRACY L. 

1341 Rockledge Dr. 

Rockledge, FL 32955 

305/636-5905 

Chemistry 

Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3, 

4; ACS 4; Rho Lambda 3, 4; Phi Mu 1 , 2, 3, 

4; P.R. 3; Pledge Trainer 4; Panhellenic 

Rush Chairman 4; Rho Chi 3, 4; Beta Beta 

Beta 2, 3, 4; Selby Scholarship 1 ; Honor 

Roll 1, 3. 



REYES, ERIC A. 
306 N.E. Odom PI 
North Port, FL 33596 
813/426-3098 

Political Science/General Business 
Alpha Tau Omega 1,2,3, 4; Stetson Uni- 
versity's Model Senate 1, 2, 3, 4; Foren- 
sics Team 1 , 2, 3, 4; Political Forum 1 , 2, 3, 
4; College Bowl 2, 3, 4. 



ROBBINS, CHARLENE M. 
4724 Exeter In 
Jacksonville, FL 32210 
904/388-0235 
English 



ROBBINS, THERESA Y. 
4300 Riverview Blvd. 
Bradenton, FL 33529 
Psychology 

ROBINSON, ROBERT K. 

925 Arokwa Es. 

Lake Wales, FL 

813/676-2935 

History 

Pi Kappa Alpha 1,2,3, 4; IFC 2, 3; Dean's 

List 2. 



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RODENBAUGH, LORI LYNN 
8053 SE Carlton St 
Hobe Sound, FL 33455 
305/546-7023 
Chemistry 

Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3; Correspond- 
ing Secretary 2; Delta Sigma Phi Little 
Sister 3, 4; Parent's Weekend Picnic Co- 
Chairman 3; Chem. Magic Show 2, 3, 4; 
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Beta Beta Beta; 
ACS; Mortar Board; Focus 3, 4; Social 
Co-Chairman 3; Phi Eta Sigma. 

RODRIGUEZ, ROBERT DANIEL 
3338 Ave. J NW 
Winter Haven, FL 33881 
Math/Physics 

ROGERS, ELIZABETH LYN 
24 Magnolia Dr. 
St Augustine, FL 
904/824-9371 
Elementary Education 
Tri Delta 2, 3, 4, 5; Historian 5; Alumnae 
Relations 5; Song Leader 4; Mortar Board 
3, 4, 5; Rho Lambda 5; Rho Chi 5; Greek 
Bible Study Co-Leader 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5; Can- 
terbury House President 3; S.O.C. 3, 4. 

ROLLISON, MELANIE LOU 

PO. Box 264 

Lake Como, FL 32057 

904/649-4042 

Political Science 

Phi Mu 3, 4; Social Service 3; Phi Alpha 

Delta 4; Model Senate 3, 4; Most Effective 

Committee 3; Focus 4. 

SGAES, MICHAEL W. 
19980 CastleviTood Dr. 
Jupiter, FL 33458 
305/746-0820 
Finance 

SCHLICHTER, ANDREA LEIGH 
31 1 AndrevK Jackson Trail 
Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 
904/932-9512 
English/Music 

Baptist Campus Ministry 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- 
Chairman of International Students Com- 
mittee Revival Team Ministries 2; Alethia 
1, 4; Director of off-campus Ministries 4; 
Kappa Alpha Theta 1 , 2. 

SCHLOESSER, DIANE 
407 W. Howry Ave. 
Deland, FL 32720 
Accounting 

SCHULKIND, MARLENA 
2505 NW 7th Rd. 
Gainesville, FL 32060 
History 

SCHWALLIE, MICHAEL R. 
137 W. Michigan Ave 
DeLand, FL 32720 
Finance 

SEALY, JANET RUTH 

PO Box 266 

Belleview, FL 32620 

904/245-5810 

Finance 

Phi Mu 1; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2; Presidential 

Scholarship 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Dean's 

List 3; Scabbard and Blade 3. 

SHERMAN, GREGORY PAUL 
601 Albertson PI. 
Orlando, FL 32806 
305/851-3891 
Church Music 



SIMCOX, SUSAN LOUISE 
4603 Lancelot Ln, 
Jacksonville, FL 32210 
904/388-7483 
Marketing 

Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant to the 
President 3; Rush Chairman 4; Senior Re- 
presentative 4; Executive Council 3, 4; 
Nomintating Committee 3; Arrowboard 4; 
Sister of the Month 2, 4; Rho Chi 3; Rho 
Lambda 4; Stetson Marketing Associ- 
ation 3, 4; Newsletter Chairperson 4; Bat 
Girl 1, 2. 

SINTZ, JULIE MELINDA 

5730 SW 56 Terr 

Miami, FL 33143 

305/665-9170 

Speech 

Forensics Team; Pi Kappa Delta. 

SNELLINGS, JOHN C. 

4271 Exeter Close NW 

Atlanta, GA 30327 

404/237-0322 

Finance 

Pi Kappa Phi 1,2,3, 4; Treasurer 3; Vice 

President 3; President 4; Focus Advisor 4. 

SPAN JR., BENAJMIN LEE 
1224 Julia St 

New Smyrna Beach, FL 32069 
904/427-9275 
Music Performance 

University Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Principal 
University Jazz Ensemble; Principal 
School of Music Advisory Council; Presi- 
dent University Wind Ensemble. 

SPARKS, SUSAN JOY 

331 1 Magnolia Way 

Punta Gorda, FL 33950 

813/639-2387 

Psychology 

Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister 2, 3, 4; Phi 

Mu 2, 3; Theta Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4; Forensics 

Team 1, 2; Psi Chi 3, 4. 

STANHOPE, MARK 
8401 Ridge Rd. 
Seminole, FL 33542 
Accounting 

STETTENBENZ, KAREN A. 
4301 Orangewood Loop 
Lakeland, FL 33803 
813/646-4700 

Psychology/Political Science 
Mortar Board 3, 4; Vice President 4; Phi 
Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; University Chapel Com- 
mittee 3; Hatter Connection 3; S.A. for 
Chaudoin Hall 2; Cheerleader 1; Co-Cap- 
tain 1 ; Phi Alpha Delta 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2; 
Dean's List 3, 4. 

STEVENS, ANNA 

8878 Pioneer Rd. 

W. Palm Beach, FL 3341 1 

Sociology 

SULLIVAN, BARRY WAYNE 

5100 Jennifer PI 

Orlando, FL 32807 

305/277-2576 

Management 

Basketball 1 , 2, 3; Marketing Association 

4. 

SUTTON, TAMARA 

3109 Bridlewood Ln 

Jacksonville, FL 32217 

904/733-5040 

Finance/History 

Honors Program 1 , 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa 

Psi 2, 3, 4; Cake Committee Chairman 2, 

3; Stetson Marketing Association 3, 4; 

Choral Union 1, 2; Honor- Roll 1; Dean'S 

List 2, 3, 4; Hatter Connection 4. 



SUTYAK, DIANE MARIE 
420 E. Lake Dr. 
Land O'Lakes, FL 33539 
813/996-3040 
General Business 

Phi Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Membership Director 3; 
Vice-President 4; Rho Lambda 3, 4; Presi- 
dent 4; Bacchus 4; Rho Chi 4. 

TATEM, PATRICIA LEE 

7904 Patou Dr. S. 

Jacksonville, FL 32210 

904/786-7375 

Elementary Education 

Pi Beta PHi 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Historian 

2; Historian 4; Yearbook 1 , 2. 

TEETSM, KELLY SUE 
709 NE 3rd St 
Belle Glade, FL 33430 
Marketing 

Alpha Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha Little Siter 1,2,3, 4; Phi Chi Theta 4; 
Stetson Marketing Associaiton 4; Miss 
Greenfeather 1; Alpha Chi Omega Week- 
end Chairman 1 , 3; Courtesy Chairman 4. 

TERRELL, SHONA ELISE 
1109 NE28th SL 
Ocala, FL 32670 
904/732-3770 
Management 

Zeta Tau Alpha 3, 4; Baptist Campus Min- 
istry 3, 4. 

TITSHAW, MELISSA ELAINE 

20272 N. Woodland Blvd #4 

DeLand, FL 32720 

904/734-6054 

Computer Science 

Association of Computing Machinery 3, 4; 

Honors Program 4. 

TRACY, SUSAN ANN 

935 N. Wild Olive 

Dayton Beach, FL 32018 

904/252-2315 

Accounting 

Greenfeather 3; Accountancy Club 3, 4. 

TURY, TONI 
1131 Heidi Ct 
DeLand, FL 32720 
English 

ULFERTS, STUART GLENN 
PO Box 104 
Goshen, KY 40026 
History/Sociology 

UNDERWOOD, PATRICIA E. 
2585 Reagin St 
Lithonia, GA 30058 
404/482-2098 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4; Panhellenic Dele- 
gate 3; Campus Activities 3; Stetson 
Wrestlerette 3. 

URBAN, GEORGE GEOFFREY 
2854 Coventry Dr 
Sarasota, FL 33581 
813/922-7577 

Foreign Language/History — Latin Ameri- 
can Studies Study Aboard Program 3. 

VAUSE, GARIANN 
6100 3rd Ave N. 
St. Petersburg, FL 33710 
Political Science 

VENEZIA, DENISE MARIE 

7 Sparrow Ln 

Hauppauge, NY 11788 

516/724-7331 

Finance 

Alpha Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Recording 

Secretary 3; Phi Chi Theta 4. 



VIGLIOTTI, MICHAEL ANTHONY 
1275 Baltimore Dr 
Ormond Beach, FL 32074 
904/677-2067 
Music Performance 

Music Advisory Council 3, 4; Orchestra 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 1,2,3; 
Woodwind Quintet 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
and Symphonic Wind Ensemble Person- 
nel Mangaer 4. 



WALDMAN, HEMAN 
Rt 7. Box 268 
Hanover, PA 17331 
Finance 



WALL, ANN 

14529 Anchorage Cir 

Seminole, FL 33542 

Management/Marketing 



WASILEWSKIL, KEVIN PETER 
4134 Southwell Way 
Sarasota, FL 33583 
813/377-1428 
General Business 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WENDT, JULIA CAROL 

Rt 1 Box 105 

Yalaho, FL 32797 

904/324-2022 

Biology 

Beta Beta Beta President 4; American 

Chemical Society Secretary 4; Gamma 

Sigma Epsilon 4. 



WHERLEY, MARY ELIZABETH 
2411 Hollingworth Hill 
Lakeland, FL 33803 
813/683-4460 
Physical Education 



WHITAKER, CAMPBELL STILES 

836 Bayside Dr. 

Tampa, FL 33609 

813/876-4862 

Philosophy 



WILBANKS, MAY ELEANOR 

424 Edgewood Blvd. 

DeLand, FL 32720 

904/734-4446 

Physical Education 

Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 4; Phi Mu 3, 4; 

Women's Athletic Announcer (Basketball 

& Volleyball). 



WILLIAMS, DAWNE 
2837 Spanish Cove Trail 
Jacksonville, FL 32217 
904/268-1643 
American Studies 

Stetson Union Board 2, 3, 4; President 4 
Treasurer 3; Public Relations and Public- 
ity Chairman 2; Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4 
Assistant Treasurer 4; Pledge Marshal 3 
Oxford Committee for Famine Relief 2, 3: 
Student Chairman 2, 3; Phi Alpha Theta 4: 
Acting President Fall Vice President 4; Ph 
Sigma Kappa Little Sister 3, 4; Model 
Senate 2, 3; Page Coordinator 3; Page 2. 



WILLIAMS, RODNEY I. 

445 Alamanda St 

Daytona Beach, FL 32014 

904/253-1725 

Management 

Men's Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



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Editor's Note — 

Well — I hope everyone enjoys the long hours of hard work that this 
year's staff has put in. There is no better reward for a yearbook staff than 
to have its readers enjoy a good book. As in any organization, there are a 
few people who deserve personal thanks. Susan — thanks for the photo- 
perfect finish and for always adding a little "punch". Sylvia — thanks for 
the printed words, the sisterly support, for a terrific friendship, and for a 
great roomie! Jonathan — thank you for helping me close one book and 
open another on May 24, 1986. Putting together a yearbook isn't easy 
and rarely fun, but for me it was an experience worth the effort. 



Sincerely, 



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